Radio Noon Montreal | Mar 4, 2013 | 6:26

Liberal leadership hopeful Marc Garneau

Justin Trudeau's campaign team has signed 150,000 new supporters. New supporters can vote for the next leader without formally joining the party and paying dues. This new support could put Trudeau beyond the reach of his rivals. Marc Garneau is the liberal MP for Westmount-Ville Marie. He is running for the leadership of the party.

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