Said Trudeau’s closing remarks were “fairly benign and certainly didn’t warrant any attack.”
Four candidates squared off over party nomination rules, combating sexual harassment and ensuring grassroot members are heard.
His brief campaign was marred by internal party accusations of corruption and misconduct.
They agree the Liberal plan would hurt the province’s economy, particularly small businesses.
Touted the benefits before a US Senate Committee and warned of the potential impacts if the deal was cancelled.
Former PM says NAFTA arbitration panels served “all three parties brilliantly for many years.”
‘That was then,’ says the former Prime Minister and architect of NAFTA deal.
Foreign Affairs Minister stressed the importance of the trilateral relationship.
Suggests a strict code and decentralizing appointments from Prime Minister.
Former prime minister suggests investment by foreign companies is necessary to further develop Western Canada.
Not all agree it has been a success story.