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leaders debate

We asked former party strategists for their takes.
Good thing we live in a country with universal healthcare because there were some nasty burns Monday night.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, however, did take questions from the Rebel.
Andrew Scheer came out swinging, while Elizabeth May got in plenty of jabs.
The federal Liberal has been name-dropping Premier Doug Ford almost every day.
The results say anything from Andrew Scheer to the moderators.
Things got heated at the 2019 federal leaders’ debate
It came up during a discussion of polarization, immigration and human rights.
The NDP leader took aim at both Liberals and Conservatives at the leaders’ debate in Gatineau, Que.
The NDP leader and Conservative leader are not the same person, last time we checked.
Tune in at 7 p.m. ET for the only time six party leaders debate each other in English.
The People's Party of Canada leader has been invited to attend on Oct. 7 and 10.
Here's your chance.
Watch the debates here.
HuffPost Canada is the debates' first digital-only producer.
It was a pretty safe bet going into election night that regardless of how the vote broke that there were four words from Premier Christy Clark's 2013 victory speech which would be left unsaid this year: "Well, that was easy."
Women have unique concerns when it comes to the economy.
Maybe we're all #JustCanadian.
"You lose jobs, you set the economy back, and the budget does not balance."