Getting down to the issues: NDP leadership debate at Concordia University

Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - 23:30 to Thursday, January 26, 2012 - 03:00

Niki Ashton, Nathan Cullen, Peggy Nash, Romeo Saganash, Martin Singh and Brian Topp will participate in a debate about the issues that are important to the future of the party and the country. The format for the debate will include four pre-set questions designed to have the candidates take positions on some of the more controversial issues in the race, followed by questions from the audience.

All candidates will be available for questions from the media following the debate. The debate is being organized by the following NDP associations:

- Lac Saint-Louis NDP

- Pierrefonds-Dollard NDP

- NDG-Lachine NDP

- Westmount-Ville Marie NDP

- Saint-Laurent—Cartierville NDP

- NDP Concordia

- NDP McGill

Concordia University's Oscar Peterson Concert Hall (Loyola Campus)
7141 Sherbrooke Street West
H4B 1R6 Montreal , QC
Canada
45° 27' 29.3076" N, 73° 38' 24.4968" W
Quebec CA
Savannah Sher, Communications Director for NDP Lac-St-Louis

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