It's Monday, April 11th.
Tomorrow night's leaders' debate will include a six-minute-long one-on-one debate between Stephen Harper and Michael Ignatieff.
Currently, While that is far shorter than the full-length "mana-a-mano" debate both men said they wanted... it's about five minutes more than most Canadians want.
This is The Current.
Ignatieff Government - Panel
We started this segment with some thoughts from voters in St. John's, Montreal and Vancouver about the prospect of a government led by Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff. For their thoughts on how Mr. Ignatieff would govern if he were in office, we were joined by three people. Michael Valpy is a journalist and a Senior Fellow at Massey College at the University of Toronto. He was in Toronto. Pamela Wallin is a Conservative Senator, former journalist and former Canadian Consul General to New York. She was in Toronto as well. And Brooke Jeffrey is a political science professor at Concordia University and the author of Divided Loyalties: The Liberal Party of Canada, 1984 to 2008. She was in Ottawa.
Twitter Debate: Jack Layton vs. The Voice
The Voice has his very own Twitter account during this election campaign. Follow him @ TheVoiceCBC where he is hosting The Greet Tweet Debeets with any federal leader who will agree to take him on. This morning, we aired round two with NDP Leader Jack Layton.
Other segments from today's show: