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Throne Speech 2013 LIVE CHAT replay with CBC's Greg Weston, Kady O'Malley

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What will this year's throne from the speech mean for you? Join us for a live chat Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. ET. (Canadian Press)

Listen up, consumers, this year's speech from the throne is expected to be aimed at you -- with the Senate spending scandal taking a back seat.

What else will be contained in the speech read by Gov. Gen. David Johnston? And what will it mean for the average Canadian?

Replay our LIVE CHAT below, featuring special guests:

  • Greg Weston, CBC pundit and senior political analyst at Parliament Hill, who has been in journalism for about 40 years.

  • Kady O'Malley, CBC's Parliament Hill blogger, who has been covering the Hill for more than a decade.
    To join the chat, simply:

    • Click on "Sign In" inside the Spreecast window.

    • You will be prompted to connect with Facebook, Twitter or an email address. Choose one, sign in and follow the prompts to access the chat.
    • To ask the guest a question, click on the "Camera" button. One of our producers will private message you before bringing you up live.
    • To ask a text-based question, click "Submit Question," and type it in, or expand the window and join the live chat in the right hand box.

    ** Your connection will work best if you have a strong Wi-Fi connection or a direct broadband connection. You'll also need the latest version of Flash installed, a well-lit room and a set of headphones.


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