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Should This Old Indian Guy Lead the Conservatives?
Conservatives jump into the leadership race, Desmond has questions about a Liberal Party flip flop on torture and economist Lindsay Tedds tells us why the Panama Papers matter.
April 11, 2016

The Conservative party is fracturing, with leadership contenders rangers from a legal weed supporter to a doctor who advocates spying on your brown neighbours.

Desmond wants to know why the Liberals flip flopped on an issue of torture.

Supriya wants to get in on that sweet tax free status we’ve been hearing about in the Panama Papers.

University of Victoria economics professor Lindsay Tedds tells us why, despite the projected $30 billion deficit, “the budget might in fact balance itself.”

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