It was an action packed night at the Federal Debate. Canada finally got the chance to see all parties in one room. For those who missed the debate here some highlights from last night.
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer quickly addressed the Liberal leader Justin Trudeau’s “black face” topic calling Trudeau a “phony.” Scheer says that Trudeau is always wearing a mask. “Mr. Trudeau you’re a phony, you’re a fraud and you do not deserve to govern this country.”
Catching up on some video clips from tonight's #leadersdebate2019
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer launches an opening attack on Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau as a "phony" #elxn43 debate
watch live: https://t.co/jJKPPhKxbs pic.twitter.com/BUEDBOq1Fe
— CBC Politics (@CBCPolitics) October 8, 2019
Justin Trudeau shares his own thoughts on the Conservative party calling out their premiers. Trudeau says Canada needs a party that will fight for climate change and that’s exactly what he is going to do.
— Maclean's Magazine (@macleans) October 7, 2019
On the other hand NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and People’s Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier shared their thoughts on each other. Maxime addressed Singh’s comment on how he thinks Maxime does not deserve to be on the debate stage. Singh says Maxime “ideas are hurtful to Canada.”
ICYMI: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh told People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier he should not be welcomed on the national debate stage as his views cause real harm. #CanadaDebates2019 #elxn43 #cdnpoli
— Globalnews.ca (@globalnews) October 8, 2019
Green Party leader Elizabeth May strongly disagrees with Justin Trudeau’s climate change plans, saying “If you have a fire in a four story building getting a one story ladder doesn’t do it.”
At the official English-language federal leaders' debate, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau faces attacks on his party's environmental policies from both Green Party Leader Elizabeth May and Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer #cdnpoli #elxn43 #CPACVote2019 #leadersdebate2019 pic.twitter.com/f0NKHytB0u
— CPAC (@CPAC_TV) October 8, 2019
Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-François Blanchet had an interesting run into Rebel Media’s Keean Bexte reporter. “I won’t answer Rebel News” said Blanchet. “I’ll keep asking the question because a judge said we could be here and ask questions,” Bexte said. Blanchet responds with “My answer is that I won’t answer you.”
The parties will meet for the last time on Friday, in French.
As the Canadian Federal Debate kick started, Seneca College’s student election will be on October 17th and 18th.
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