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Ed Broadbent, leader of the New Democratic Party, and his wife Lucille acknowledge a warm welcome on election night, from supporters packed into the Canadian Auto Workers' hall in downtown Oshawa. High expectations early on in the campaign of edging the Liberals for second place had New Democrats disappointed with results that were, nevertheless, the best ever for the party: 43 seats, up from 32 in the last election. Open in full size

Ed Broadbent, leader of the New Democratic Party, and his wife Lucille acknowledge a warm welcome on election night, from supporters packed into the Canadian Auto Workers' hall in downtown Oshawa. High expectations early on in the campaign of edging the Liberals for second place had New Democrats disappointed with results that were, nevertheless, the best ever for the party: 43 seats, up from 32 in the last election.

Picture, 1988, English

Ed Broadbent, leader of the New Democratic Party, and his wife Lucille acknowledge a warm welcome on election night, from supporters packed into the Canadian Auto Workers' hall in downtown Oshawa. High expectations early on in the campaign of edging the Liberals for second place had New Democrats disappointed with results that were, nevertheless, the best ever for the party: 43 seats, up from 32 in the last election.

Picture, 1988, English

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Toronto Star License

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From the Toronto Star Archives

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Broadbent; Ed -Mr & Mrs

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Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

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Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

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tspa_0034338f