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The N.W.T. federal candidates debate

The five candidates running to become the next member of Parliament for the Northwest Territories faced off in a debate hosted by CBC North on Wednesday night.

All 5 candidates faced off at the gym in Ndilo on Wednesday night

The five candidates running to become the next MP for the Northwest Territories are (left-right): Conservative Yanik D'Aigle, New Democrat Mary Beckett, Liberal incumbent Michael McLeod, Green Paul Falvo, and People's Party candidate Luke Quinlan. (CBC)

All five candidates running to become the next member of Parliament for the Northwest Territories faced off in a debate Wednesday night. 

Liberal incumbent Michael Mcleod, Conservative Yanik D'Aigle, New Democrat Mary Beckett, Green Paul Falvo, and People's Party candidate Luke Quinlan answered questions from the public from the gym in Ndilo, N.W.T., in a debate moderated by CBC North's Loren McGinnis.

It was broadcast live on CBC Radio One across the Northwest Territories and streamed live online. You can watch a recap of the debate on CBC N.W.T.'s Facebook page or in the video player below.

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