Trudeau criticizing Conservative and NDP approached to the Senate.
On Harper: anyone who appoints Duffy, Brazeau and Wallin might want to be careful about campaigning on judgment.
Trudeau: Mike Duffy is not worth another Meech Lake (reopening the constitution). #cdnpoli #LIB14 #LPC14
Too much and too little government is an enemy of opportunity, according to Trudeau.
Need to ensure responsible resource development to assuage international community: Trudeau
Trudeau: negativity cannot be this country's lifeblood.
Trudeau says the modern-day Conservative party is not the party of Sir John A.
Trudeau says Harper threw his own idea of fairness under the bus when going back on the income splitting promise.
His father's pronouncement of a Just Society was based around fairness, Trudeau says. Maybe even named his firstborn son after it....
Trudeau: is Canada a freer, fairer, more prosperous country than a decade ago?
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With Trudeau's speech complete, we move to a panel on economic growth with Liberal MP Chrystia Freeland, Bill Morneau (Morneau Shepell and the C.D. Howe Institute), economist Jean-Pierre Aubry, and Jim Carr (former CEO of the Business Council of Manitoba).
Le discours de M. Trudeau étant terminé, nous passons à un débat auquel participent la députée libérale Chrystia Freeland, Bill Morneau (Morneau Shepell et l’Institut C.D. Howe), l’économiste Jean-Pierre Aubry, et Jim Carr (ancien président et chef de la direction du Business Council of Manitoba).
Liberals can hear from several mayors on municipal issues: Rob Burton (Oakville), Claude Dauphin (Montreal borough of Lachine), Mike Savage (Halifax -- and a former Liberal MP), and Carl Zehr (Kitchener).
Another session focuses on the obstacles faced by female political candidates.
Les libéraux entendent les interventions des maires suivants au sujet d’enjeux municipaux : Rob Burton (Oakville), Claude Dauphin (arrondissement montréalais de Lachine), Mike Savage (Halifax; ancien député libéral), et Carl Zehr (Kitchener).
Une autre séance est consacrée aux obstacles que doivent surmonter les candidates à des postes politiques.