Which translates literally to "S--t, Gilles!"
It's well known that Duceppe and Marois are not particular fans of one and other.
Nonetheless, this was not a meant as an insult.
More... after the jump...
Heading into the final weekend of the campaign, the final endorsements have begun.
Who's throwing their weight behind which parties? We'll keep updating this summary as new signs of support show up in the final two days.
Hit the jump for the list so far...
Today...on Power and Politics: The War Room: is the future of the Bloc Quebecois in jeopardy?
Hit the jump to see what else we covered.
(Paul Chiasson, The Canadian Press)
For the third time in three days, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff has talked about what he calls Canada's most important natural resource: brains.
I didn't think much about it when Ignatieff busted out the new line earlier this week at a high school in Sault Ste. Marie. Responding to a question from a student at St. Mary's College, Ignatieff made his pitch for the Liberal Learning Passport and pointed at the young woman, saying she possessed Canada's richest natural resources between her ears.
Ignatieff did the same thing yesterday at a rally in Quebec City that was well-attended by CEGEP students. The line went over very well with the crowd. However, as all those cameras zoomed in on the young woman, she turned red. Ignatieff quickly apologized for making her the centre of attention.
After today, I would bet we've seen the last of Ignatieff spotlighting the brains of women in the audience.
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