Liberal leader was combative in Globe debate as he touted three years of deficit spending.
Trudeau mocked on the economy and planned deficits.
Economy takes election centre stage with new hard numbers.
Also making all workplaces right to work; plans branded desperate in fierce labour response.
Refugee queries in Welland draw catcalls from Conservative supporters.
“Nigel Wright may be on the witness stand, but it’s Stephen Harper who is on trial,” says Mulcair.
Linda McQuaig said for Canada to meet its climate change targets, “a lot of the oil sands oil may have to stay in the ground.”
NDP candidate complained about the pipeline advertisements in local newspapers.
Harper, Mulcair and Trudeau avoid playing to perceived weaknesses.
The Conservatives will doll out a one-time, pre-election cash burst totalling $2.5 billion on July 20 to families with kids under 18.
Would include more consultation with aboriginal groups and increased analysis of greenhouse gas emissions.
NDP leader has a little trouble with the numbers in attempts to appease Canada’s business community.
Higher royalties during Stelmach era led to significant loss of investment.
Gas plants, corruption, energy prices top issues in Ontario leaders’ debate
She says Ontario can’t afford to experiment with right-leaning Tory policies.