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Maxime Bernier

Some of Canada's most notable politicians weren't re-elected.
Trudeau and Scheer are each asking for a majority government.
His Conservative challenger Richard Lehoux is a former dairy farmer and mayor.
The owners received threats after apologizing for their son's protest.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, however, did take questions from the Rebel.
Andrew Scheer came out swinging, while Elizabeth May got in plenty of jabs.
Remember all the Conservative Party drama that caused Bernier to ditch the Tories?
The award-winning Indigenous artist praised fellow musicians for challenging “narratives of separateness.”
The NDP leader is calling on the Leaders’ Debates Commission to reconsider its decision.
The People's Party of Canada leader has been invited to attend on Oct. 7 and 10.
The first leaders’ debate kicks off Thursday, but the Liberal leader won’t be there.
The party's campaign slogan will be, "Don't take any chances — vote for both."
The richest man in B.C. owns a lot of things, including billboards.
The English and French events will be held at the Canadian Museum of History.
The former Conservative leadership contender had little evidence to back up his claim.
He called accusations of racism "false and ridiculous" last week.
The federal leader said his party doesn't need lessons "from anyone about openness and inclusiveness.”
Business groups cite "enormous needs" for workers.
Doug Ford's sister-in-law will run for Maxime Bernier's party.