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Leaders talk financial relief, but Trudeau still quizzed over blackface scandal
Days after the blackface scandal rocked the election campaign, federal party leaders on Sunday appeared to be looking to move on, rolling out policies that would provide financial relief for voters. But Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau continued to face questions about the controversy.
Trudeau promises to raise basic personal deduction to $15K, cut cellphone bills
The Liberal leader says his party would raise the basic personal income tax deduction to $15,000 and cut cellphone bills by a quarter if re-elected in October.
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Untested legal options could give feds ways to intervene on Bill 21
National party leaders' reluctance to intervene in a court challenge to Quebec's controversial Bill 21 may have left the erroneous impression that there's nothing the federal government can do to try to stop the law that bans teachers, police and certain other public servants from wearing religious symbols at work.
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