The House | Oct 1, 2011 | 22:10

The House's Job Creation Debate

With a number of provincial and territorial elections taking place over the coming days, The House tackles one of this election season's key topics: job creation. Representatives from the Ontario Liberals, Tories, and NDP join us for a special debate. Then, Evan asks Patricia Croft, a former senior economist at RBC, if the politicians' plans are realistic.

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