Windsor·CANADA VOTES 2019

Windsor-Tecumseh candidates debate healthcare, precarious work

CBC Windsor hosted the Windsor-Tecumseh candidates debate Wednesday morning.

Tune in for the next CBC Windsor debate, at 4 p.m. on Oct. 9

Candidates from the Windsor-Tecumseh riding came to the Windsor Morning studio Oct. 2 for a debate about the issues in their community. (Robin Brown/CBC)

CBC Windsor hosted the Windsor-Tecumseh candidates debate Wednesday morning.

Moderated by Windsor Morning host Tony Doucette, candidates from five parties were invited. 

Discussions centred about strategies for healthcare and pharmacare, with NDP candidate Cheryl Hardcastle and Conservative candidate Leo Demarce debating plans for both moving forward.

Windsor-Tecumseh candidates discussed healthcare and pharmacare strategies at the CBC Windsor debate hosted on Windsor Morning. 1:42

People's Party candidate Daniel Burr called for an end to government "handouts" used to entice corporations into municipalities.

Windsor-Tecumseh candidates discussed precarious work and "no-strings-attached" deals at the CBC Windsor debate hosted on Windsor Morning. 1:14

More about the riding and the candidates can be found here.

Tune in for the next CBC Windsor debate, at 4 p.m. on Oct. 9, hosted by Afternoon Drive's Jonathan Pinto.

Listen to the full debate here:

The federal election campaign is underway and we want to find out what the candidates are thinking and what they stand for. Today on Windsor Morning - a live debate with the candidates in Windsor-Tecumseh 17:58
This morning we're looking to learn more about the people vying for your votes in the federal election coming up on October 21st. We're hosting a debate-style discussion that we began in the previous half hour. We have five of the federal election candidates for the riding of Windsor-Tecumseh in the studio. 21:09

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