Episode #45: Brown & Charest vs. Poilievre
Stéphanie Chouinard joins me to break down the Conservative leadership French language debate.
The Conservatives met in Laval, Quebec on Wednesday for the final debate before the June 3rd leadership cut-off. With the debate taking place entirely in French, and three of the candidates doing no more than reading from prepared notes, it was really a contest between Pierre Poilievre, Jean Charest and Patrick Brown.
Or, to be more accurate, between Poilievre and a tag-team of Charest and Brown.
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To discuss what happened in the debate and what it could mean for the leadership contest going forward, I’m joined this week by Stéphanie Chouinard, political science professor at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario.
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