The economy, the French language and terrorism were the winners of last night's Conservative Party debate. Winners in that they got the most attention. The losers though, well, that would be anyone who tuned in hoping to hear something new from the Conservative Party status quo.
The Conservative leadership debate in Quebec City, the largest yet, was Stephen Blaney and Maxime Bernier's night to shine, and they did, as the candidates who could pack the clearest and fastest punch.
Blaney's riding just south of Quebec City in Lévis made it easy for his supporters to pack the room. Maxime Bernier's support was nearly equal and the two unsurprisingly outperformed the other candidates.