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Linda McQuaig, Bill Morneau and Colin Biggin at the St. James Town debate. (Kiah Berkeley / Ryersonian Staff)

Audience participation limited at Toronto Centre candidates debate

Toronto Centre candidates participated in their first debate of the 2015 campaign Tuesday night, but some of the attendees at the forum were upset that they didn’t get to ask questions of their own. While Conservative candidate Julian Di Battista did not attend, Bill Morneau (Liberal), Linda McQuaig (NDP) and Colin Biggin (Green) spoke before residents in St. James Town, answering questions that dealt with the community’s top four concerns: […]

by Kiah Berkeley· · News, Off Campus, Politics
Conservative candidate Julian Di Battista will not be at the debate.

Debate in Toronto Centre to take place without Conservative candidate

A Toronto Centre candidates’ debate is happening tonight, with all but one of the main four candidates scheduled to take part. Linda McQuaig (NDP), Bill Morneau (Liberal) and Colin Biggin (Green) will debate issues like immigration, poverty, housing and employment at St. Simon’s Church in St. James Town.

by Kiah Berkeley· · News, Off Campus
Former Toronto Centre MP Bob Rae, left, celebrates with Chrystia Freeland, the Liberal party's new MP for the riding. (Michael Duncan / Ryersonian Staff)

Liberal Chrystia Freeland wins Toronto Centre byelection

By Jean Ko Din, Michael Duncan, Nuruddin Qorane and David Rockne Corrigan Ryersonian Staff Chrystia Freeland was greeted by a chorus of supporters chanting her name after she won the Toronto Centre byelection for the Liberal party Monday night. Freeland defeated NDP candidate Linda McQuaig with a 13 percentage point lead in the polls and more than 3,000 more votes. […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, Off Campus, Top stories
Live blog: Liberals celebrate Toronto Centre byelection win

Live blog: Liberals celebrate Toronto Centre byelection win

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, Off Campus, Top stories
Concerns of government corruption raised during Toronto Centre byelection debate

Concerns of government corruption raised during Toronto Centre byelection debate

The same issue dominating newsstands for the last few weeks – corruption in the senate and Toronto city hall – carried over into the first all-candidates debate for the Toronto Centre byelection Wednesday evening. Candidates for the Liberals, Conservatives, NDP and even the Green party, which was previously barred from national debates, took part in the televised debate hosted by Rogers Television. […]

by Michael Duncan· · News, Off Campus
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