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Canada Votes 2011: Party leaders speak to Metro

On the eve of the federal election, the leaders of the Liberals,Conservatives and NDP spoke to Metro about why Canadians should votefor their parties and what is at stake.


On the eve of the federal election, the leaders of the Liberals, Conservatives and NDP spoke to Metro about why Canadians should vote for their parties and what is at stake.

No one shied away from attacking the other parties, with much of the criticism focusing on NDP Leader Jack Layton – a change from the beginning of the campaign when his party was third in the polls.

All were asked tough questions, but not all were answered. Layton spoke about the innuendo surrounding a 1996 police raid on a Toronto massage parlour where he was found, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff addressed his party’s fall in the polls and his political future, and Conservative leader Stephen Harper refused to say what he will do if somebody else wins.


 
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