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To make the lives of Canadians interested in centrism, moderate politics, and associated analysis, commentary, etc. easier, this Carnival will group together interesting and insightful material from a variety of blogs. Submissions should discuss an issue from a Canadian centrist or moderate perspective, or discuss the topic of centrism or moderation in general. Partisan submissions are accepted, so long as they have to do with the topics just mentioned. There is no minimum/maximum length, but keep in mind that most people don't have the time to read the entirety of a 3000 word post.
The Moderate Circus works with Carnival Cat's site.
You can submit with a comment on this post (include post/article url, website url, post title, and a brief description of a sentence or two), or at Carnival Cat's page, if I'm not mistaken.
On a related note, if you are a centrist, you might care to check out the Non-Partisan Canadians group that I have in my blogroll, and the Non-Partisans' website itself, so you can join. In addition, if you're a centrist who thinks he's got some good writing skills, I'd be happy to swap blogroll links, so just drop a comment.
Update: The first edition of Canadian Centrism is posted.
Update two: The second edition of the newly renamed Moderate Circus is up.