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Nora Loreto is a writer, musician and activist based in Québec City. She is the author of From Demonized to Organized, Building the New Union Movement and is the editor of the Canadian Association of Labour Media. She writes regularly for blogs and magazines, and wrote a chapter in Canada After Harper, released by Lorimer Publishers in August 2015.
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| September 30, 2015

Fact-checking the many, many claims in the Munk debate

The fourth leaders' debate, this time on foreign policy, proved to be a bit too much for our truthiness metre.

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The debate English Canada needs, but probably won't get

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Journalists and pundits had speculated that last night's first French-language leaders debate would be a Tom Mulcair pile on.

It wasn't.

The five leaders took to the stage at CBC/Radio-Canada in Montreal, each with their varying proficiencies of the French language, and tried to convince French-speakers (read: Québecers) that their party deserved our votes.



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