Further to the previous post, the NDP is not the only party going beyond their main brands (conservative.ca, liberal.ca, ndp.ca and greenparty.ca) to create websites with separate domain names (web addresses) and specific goals.
In some cases, the separation from the main party sites gives some leeway to be a bit more, uh, creative in attacking one's rivals, and also to put forward different image in a key area. Here's a look at the other sites (so far):
www.notaleader.ca - The satirical site poking fun at Liberal Leader Stephane Dion, which at one time offered tools to allow users to make their own satirical "ads."
www.thegreenshift.ca - The site that launched the party's environmental plan and a short spat with an environmental consultancy of the same name, since resovled.
www.scandalpedia.ca - The Libs' own satirical poke at the Conservatives.
www.thisisdion.ca - An image makeover for their leader.
UPDATE: www.bushharper.ca and www.bushharper.com - Liberals' attack ad site comparing Stephen Harper to George W. Bush on the economy and foreign policy. A late addition, probably won't be around for long...
www.votefortomorrow.ca - The party's
recently released platform.