Singh’s surge and an election about race

The panel explores week five of Canada's 43rd Federal Election
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Depraved debates, a Singh surge and a frustratingly full frontal attack on democratic norms from Maxime Bernier and Rebel Media.... On episode 105, political analyst Ludvic Moquin-Beaudry and attorney Laurence Ricard join host Andre Goulet to explore week 5 of Canada's 43rd Federal Election.

Plus: correspondent Savanna Craig and activist Sania Malik discuss Quebec's Law 21 and it's impact on the campaign and socialist, housing activist and NDP candidate Christine Paré explains how she's taking the fight to Justin Trudeau in his own riding of Papineau in Montreal.

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This conversation was recorded on October 13th, 2019.

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