Jack Layton's legacy

He saw the suffering of a human being anywhere in the world as an equally important political problem.

Paul Dewar
Published: Wednesday, 08/24/2011 12:00 am EDT

Last March was a particularly busy time for Jack Layton. Not only was he battling cancer and preparing the party for a potential election, he had also suffered a broken hip that required surgery.

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