Crowds of supporters lined up in front of Roy Thompson Hall for the Munk leaders’ debate on foreign policy Monday. Ryerson students were on hand to cheer for, and against, the three major party leaders as they made their entrance to the hour and 45 minute skirmish, which addressed the Canada-US relationship, Russia’s aggression in the Ukraine and the war on ISIS. Former RSU vice-presidential candidate Zidane Mohamed got particularly raucous, haranguing the party leaders for supporting the State of Israel. Arthur White-Crummey has the story.

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