This week on The House with Kathleen Petty, Liberal Party Leader Michael
Ignatieff makes his pitch for voting liberal. Is it really a two-way race
between him and Stephen Harper or does Jack Layton have the momentum? And what differentiates the Liberals from the other parties? We ask him
about his party's platform, including a commitment to health care funding.
Finally, we also ask him what he plans to do between now and election day.
CBC reporter Karina Roman files a report on health care and the extent to which
it's been an issue during this election campaign.
Dalton McGuinty's Health Care Thoughts
Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty is watching the federal election with great
interest. He is calling on the next federal government to renew the Health
Accord for another ten years and do so by the end of 2012. Is a commitment by
the federal party leaders to 6% escalator for health care funding enough? We
also ask him about lowering corporate tax cuts, investment in green energy, and
the proposed TMX-LSE merger.
Kady O'Malley reports on the controversy over advanced polling at the University of Guelph and the politics surrounding the incident. She also reports on the role of Twitter
during this week's debates.
Journalists Tom Clark and Kevin Newman pick their favourite moment from this week's
Has this election
campaign fizzled out three weeks in or is the best yet to come?
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