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Dan Tisch of Argyle Public Relationships a communications firm talks about why kind of message federal party leaders will be trying to get out in tonight's debate; Kingston will be introducing a revised version of the smartphone app Pulse Point that alerts users of a situation requiring CPR as well as the location of the nearest defibrillator. Shawn Armstrong, Chief of Fire and Rescue explains how it works; The Toronto Star's Queens Park Bureau Chief, Rob Benzie, examines the political implications of the successful negotiations between CUPE educational workers and the province; Text the word 'ELECTION' to 22222 for expert advice on the federal election. Cheryl Brown explains how she and other CBC journalists will do their best to answer your question; Anne Marie Shaw Director of Housing for Grey County discusses their strategy for creating community housing for some 700 people who are waiting for it; CBC journalist Jeremy Alliingham would like to see an end to fighting in hockey. He talks about his new book 'Major Misconduct: The Human Cost of Fighting in Hockey'.