On Friday, he will take part in a French-language debate – the fifth debate of the October. 19 campaign.
Ed Holder, the federal science and technology minister running again in the Ontario riding of London West, seized on remarks Liberal Kate Young made at an all-candidates’ debate hosted by AM980 this week.
Under the bill, those who have already been found guilty of terrorism, treason, espionage, or those who pick up arms and fight against Canada can be stripped of their citizenship. “In both cases, Harper seemed to bedevil and frustrate his opponents”, he said. On September 25 it revoked the citizenship of Zakaria Amara, who was convicted for his participation in a 2006 plot to detonate truck bombs in downtown Toronto.
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper defended his government’s anti-terror legislation, Bill C-51, saying it is much needed in Canada to battle extremists, but Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau didn’t see it that way.
Canada requires foreign bids for Canadian firms worth C$600 million ($447.76 million) or more in enterprise value to undergo a review of whether they provide to Canada a “net benefit”, a term never fully explained.
Throughout the question-and-answer session with reporters, Trudeau frequently repeated the accusation that Mulcair made the wrong choice by promising to balance the budget – even while fielding a question on post-secondary tuition.
“You devalue the citizenship of every Canadian in this place and in this country when you break down and make it conditional for anybody”.
Stein told CBC later that “it was the one electric moment in the room….that really touched a nerve” among Canadians.
“Seriously, if you want to poison the relationship, that would be the way to do it”, Harper said.
“Of all the promises that you could break, the very first promise would break would be to First Nations children”, said Charlie Angus.
“Mulcair, in turn, hit Trudeau by mixing a reference to Bill-C51 into the exchange on how to deal with Vladimir Putin”.
Speaking near Iqaluit at what he called Ground Zero of climate change, Mulcair slammed Conservative Leader Stephen Harper for muzzling federal scientists. A previous version said the prime minister was painting a dragon’s eyes. It was held at Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall to a crowd to more than 3,000 paying guests.
Or, alternately, a country might just flat-out refuse to take them off our hands should we attempt to remove them from Canada entirely.
“Harper continues to make these decisions on a political basis rather (than) on a level of clarity and that’s why quite frankly we’re seeing global investment hesitant to engage”, he said.
“A number of recent polls have reinforced the concerns of these voters that the Conservative party may come “up the middle” and win the election“.
“It’s just an illustration of why the Nutrition North program has been a failure under the Conservatives“, he said.
“At many points in the debate, we witnessed the spectacle of two centre-left leaders competing for the same voters on more or less the same issues”.
“It’s kind of a stupid thing to think ‘We signed more, so we’re better, ‘” said Van Harten.
Nutt said she would have been interested in a broader discussion about Canada’s role on the worldwide stage, including the issue of climate change. Mr. Harper’s idea is to ship terrorists off to be another country’s problem, where they may be subject to torture, lost amid chaos of civil war or simply ignored amid other priorities.