What's your favourite political memory?

From the big debate over the Maple Leaf flag, to broken pencils at the polls, some well-known Canadians share their favourite political memories.
(Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)
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Monday is election day and the campaign for Canada's 42nd federal election kicked-off so long ago that most people can't even remember that far back. Which got us thinking about when we first realized as young people that there was such a thing as politics. It's something we all have in common -- that first political memory.

We reached out to some well-known Canadians for their favourite political stories. In this segment we'll hear from: rapper and q host Shadrach Kabango, former Governor General Adrienne Clarkson, CBC's Michael Enright, the Globe & Mail's Margaret Wente, author and broadcaster Wab Kinew and our own Brent Bambury, host of Day 6.