Munk Debate: Foreign policy gets its moment

Leaders attack each other on ISIS, refugees, Bill C-51, climate change.

Embassy Photo: Marie-Danielle Smith
Tim St. Louis holds a sign for Toronto Centre Liberal candidate Bill Morneau at the Munk Debate on foreign policy in downtown Toronto on Sept. 28. Mr. St. Louis said Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s support of the UN impressed him the most. “He wants to put Canada back on the world stage."
Marie-Danielle Smith
Published: Wednesday, 09/30/2015 12:00 am EDT
Last Updated: Tuesday, 10/06/2015 7:19 pm EDT

In Canada’s first-ever foreign policy debate held Monday night in Toronto, and the first debate of the campaign held in front of a live audience, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau sparred hotly with his cooler counterparts, Conservative Leader Stephen Harper and NDP Leader Tom Mulcair.

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