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Stephen Harper
| October 1, 2015
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Building on the success of the nation-wide actions coordinated by the BCGEU in March 2015, the coalition campaign against C-51 has been relaunched.

Leaders spar over security, refugees and trade at Munk debate

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Party leaders Stephen Harper, Thomas Mulcair and Justin Trudeau debated foreign policy issues on Monday night as activists outside the event in downtown Toronto demanded action on the refugee crisis.

The debate, hosted by Munk Debates at Roy Thomson Hall and moderated by Rudyard Griffiths, saw a number of feisty exchanges between the party leaders as they answered questions on refugees, Russia, trade, climate change and American relations.

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Vladimir Putin
| September 29, 2015

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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September 25, 2015 |
On October 19, Canadians have a chance to elect a new federal government, one that will be better for all working people.
| September 24, 2015

Muslim youth debate leaves Conservatives in the dust

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On Friday Sept. 18, in response to the sorely lacking Muslim vote in previous elections, hundreds of Muslims from the GTA convened at the Aga Khan Museum to gain some insight regarding which political party they would vote for in the coming election.

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Eye on Quebec: Leaders' debate in French on Thursday in Montreal

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The next stop on the federal election campaign trail is Montreal, Quebec for a leaders' debate in French this Thursday, Sept. 24. Quebec holds a substantial 78 of the overall 338 seats up for grabs in the House of Commons. 

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Up For Debate puts leaders' policies on 'women's issues' in election hot seat

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