No clear winner in last night's federal leaders debate
While the two frontrunners in the federal election campaign duked it out last night over climate policy, Indigenous issues and taxation, the country's four other party leaders also worked to land punches that might move the needle in voter support.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, the Greens' Elizabeth May, Bloc Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet, and People's Party leader Maxime Bernier each tried to prove their parties capable of being a strong Opposition or holding the balance of power in a minority government.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau spent much of his time on the defensive, facing attacks on his record from all sides about spending, indigenous issues and who has the better climate-change policy.
But Green Leader Elizabeth May says his plan and targets aren't nearly enough.
Singh probably delivered the best line of the night when referring to the Liberal and Conservatives plans to tackle climate change.
The NDP leader quipped Canadians ``do not need to choose between Mr. Delay and Mr. Deny.''
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