Radio Noon's Election Highlights - Week Four
From our lively candidates' round table grappling with sovereignty to a surprising surge in the polls, we have our weekly highlights election package.
The Parti Quebecois weekend convention sets the tone for our Monday candidates' forum. Gathered in the Radio Noon studio: Thierry St-Cyr of the Bloc Québecois, Rodolphe Husny of the Conservatives, Marlene Jennings of the Liberals and Thomas Mulcair of the New Democrats. Our highlight begins with Rodolphe Husny.
A new fighting stance emerges in the Bloc campaign. Gilles Duceppe goes on the offensive, as noted by host Bernard St-Laurent and CBC reporter James Fitz-Morris.
Bloc candidate Nicole Demers speaks about the campaign on the ground in her riding of Laval.
A CROP poll done online put the New Democrats ahead in Quebec. The polling company's vice-president defends the methodolgy and the results.
Marc Garneau running in Westmount-Ville-Marie is taking notice of the polls, but also trusting in the strong Liberal tradition in his riding
In this Election Minute, Sally Caudwell looks at past and present efforts to get the youth vote out.