This is The National for Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019  — Gun control pitch, Face to Face

This is The National for Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019 — Gun control pitch, Face to Face

(*) >> Adrienne: TONIGHT, FROM CLIMATE CHANGE TO IMMIGRATION. >> Andrew: ANDREW SCHEER FACE-TO-FACE WITH UNDECIDED VOTERS. >> DO YOU UNDERSTAND THE GRAVITY OF CLIMATE CHANGE? >> Andrew: THE CONSERVATIVE LEADER TAKES TOUGH QUESTIONS RIGHT HERE IN "THE NATIONAL" STUDIO. >> AS A BROWN MUSLIM MAN, WHERE DO I FIT IN THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY? >> Andrew: ROSEMARY HOSTS A SPECIAL TELEVISION EVENT. >> Adrienne: THE WORST VIOLENCE YET IN HONG KONG. POLICE SHOOT A PROTESTER. >> Andrew: ANOTHER WHITE OFFICER KILLS AN UNARMED BLACK MAN IN THE U.S. BUT THIS TIME THE VERDICT — GUILTY. >> Adrienne: AND FOR YEARS WE'VE BEEN TOLD THAT TOO MUCH RED MEAT IS BAD FOR YOU. WERE THE EXPERTS WRONG? >>> THIS IS "THE NATIONAL." (*) >> Andrew: ALL ELECTION CAMPAIGNS AND PHOTO-OP AND ANNOUNCEMENT BUSINESS, THE PARTY LEADERS HAVE SAID A LOT TO YOU ABOUT THEIR PLANS FOR THIS COUNTRY. >> Adrienne: SO THIS WEEK WE'RE MIXING THINGS UP A BIT AND GIVING VOTERS THE MICROPHONES AND INVITING THEM TO SIT DOWN WITH THOSE LEADERS AND TALK ABOUT WHAT THEY CARE ABOUT MOST.

IN THE HOTSEAT TONIGHT, CONSERVATIVE LEADER ANDREW SCHEER. THIS IS HIS FIRST CAMPAIGN TO BECOME PRIME MINISTER. HE'S THE SECOND LEADER TO GO FACE-TO-FACE WITH VOTERS IN OUR STUDIO AND WITH YOU TOO, ROSIE, ON EVERYTHING FROM CLIMATE CHANGE TO IMMIGRATION. >> Rosemary: YEP, HE COVERED A RANGE OF TOPICS, ADRIENNE. YESTERDAY IT WAS JUSTIN TRUDEAU IN THAT CHAIR AND TODAY ANDREW SCHEER ON THE EVE OF A BIG FRENCH-LANGUAGE DEBATE WHERE THE TWO WILL FACE OFF FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THIS ELECTION. AND WE NOW KNOW MORE WHERE SCHEER STANDS ON SOME KEY ISSUES. [Applause] THIS TIME IT WAS THE CONSERVATIVE LEADER'S CHANCE TO CONVINCE VOTERS THAT HE HAS THE RIGHT ANSWERS FOR THEM AND FOR CANADA.

>> HOW ARE YOU? >> Andrew Scheer: DOING GREAT. >> Rosemary: FIRST UP, CLIMATE CHANGE. FOR MARCUS HARVEY FROM NEW BRUNSWICK, THE CONCERN IS HOW TO DEAL WITH EXTREME FLOODING ON HIS PROPERTY YEAR AFTER YEAR. >> WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO IN THE IMMEDIATE THAT IS FISCALLY RESPONSIBILITY AND SUSTAINABLE? >> Andrew Scheer: WE WILL SPUR THE TYPES OF EMISSION REDUCTIONS IN SO MANY DIFFERENT SECTORS. >> Rosemary: SCHEER IS STILL SOMEWHAT UNKNOWN SO MANY OF THE QUESTIONS WERE IN AN ATTEMPT TO BETTER UNDERSTAND HIS APPROACH. >> WILL YOUR GOVERNMENT BE AS OPEN TO IMMIGRATION AND FACILITATIVE AS THE CURRENT GOVERNMENT HAS BEEN? >> Andrew Scheer: I'M VERY PROUD OF THE FACT THAT THE PREVIOUS CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT HAD WELCOMED RECORD LEVELS OF NEW CANADIANS FROM AROUND THE WORLD, AND THAT IS A LEGACY THAT I'LL CONTINUE TO BUILD ON. >> Rosemary: SCHEER HAD NOT TALKED ABOUT HOW MANY IMMIGRANTS A FUTURE CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT WOULD ALLOW INTO CANADA, BUT TODAY CONCEDED THAT THE LIBERAL TARGET FOR PROBABLY MAKES SENSE.

THE TARGET RIGHT NOW IS 350,000 IMMIGRANTS BY 2021. IS THAT ABOUT WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING AT? >> Andrew Scheer: I THINK IS 2021 REASONABLE, YEAH. AND, AGAIN, AS LONG AS THAT IS COMING FROM FACTS. >> Rosemary: SCHEER WAS PUSHED FOR HIS POSITIONS ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES AND FORCED TO EXPLAIN WHY HE APPEARED AT A PRO-PIPELINE PROTEST. IT WAS WHERE SOME BROUGHT AN ANTI-IMMIGRANT MESSAGE. >> AS A BROWN MUSLIM MAN, WHERE DO I FIT IN THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY? >> Andrew Scheer: YOU FIT RIGHT AT HOME. WE'RE AN OPEN AND INCLUSIVE PARTY. >> Rosemary: JUST BEFORE HE CAME HERE THOUGH ANDREW SCHEER WAS PITCHING A PLAN TO DRASTICALLY CUT CANADA'S FOREIGN AID. AS SALIMAH SHIVJI EXPLAINS, HE OBJECTS TO WHERE SOME OF THAT MONEY IS GOING. >> Reporter: WITH A ROW OF FLAGS BEHIND HIM STANDING IN CANADA'S BIGGEST CITY, THE STAGE IS SET FOR ANDREW SCHEER TO ATTACK HIS OPPONENT FOR FAILING ON THE WORLD STAGE.

>> Andrew Scheer: HUMILIATED HIMSELF… >> Reporter: SCHEER'S VISION IS A SHIFT INWARD, A DEEP 25% CUT TO FOREIGN AID. MONEY TO HELP WITH DISASTER RECOVERY, DROUGHT, AND HEALTH PROGRAMMES, REDIRECTED FROM WEALTHIER AND SO-CALLED HOSTILE NATIONS TO POORER ONES. THE REST OF THE SAVINGS WOULD GO TO CANADIANS. >> Andrew Scheer: CANADIANS NOW CAN SEE THE CHOICE THAT BETWEEN SENDING MORE OF THEIR HARD-EARNED TAX DOLLARS TO THOSE COUNTRIES THAT ARE HIGH ON THE RELATIVE INDEX, COUNTRIES LIKE ITALY AND LIKE BRAZIL AND LIKE TURKEY, AND HOSTILE GOVERNMENTS LIKE IRAN.

JUSTIN TRUDEAU HAS MADE HIS CHOICE. I HAVE MADE MY CHOICE. >> Reporter: IT'S A STRETCH TO CLAIM THAT CANADA GIVES MUCH AID TO THOSE COUNTRIES. AND CANADA ALREADY FALLS FAR BEHIND THE UNITED NATIONS TARGETS FOR HOW MUCH IT DEVOTES TO HELPING OTHER NATIONS IN NEED. JUSTIN TRUDEAU'S GOVERNMENT SET A NEW 50-YEAR LOW, DESPITE HIS RHETORIC AND A HIGH-PROFILE BID TO GET A SEAT ON THE U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL, A CAMPAIGN THAT SCHEER ISN'T MUCH INTERESTED IN. >> Andrew Scheer: IT'S MORE IMPORTANT TO ME TO HELP CANADIANS TO GET AHEAD THAN TO CURRY FAVOUR AT THE UNITED NATIONS. >> Reporter: THE CONSERVATIVE CAMPAIGN SLOGAN APPLIED TO FOREIGN POLICY PROVOKED A SWIFT REBUKE FROM TRUDEAU WHO TRIED TO TIE THE POLICY TO AN ISSUE THAT HE FEELS THAT HE CAN OWN — CLIMATE CHANGE. >> Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau: ANDREW SCHEER'S CLIMATE PLAN RELIES ALMOST ENTIRELY ON ACTION OVERSEAS. AND NOW HE'S PROPOSING TO STOP SUPPORTING COUNTRIES WHO ARE TAKING ACTION OVERSEAS ON FIGHTING EMISSIONS. >> Reporter: THIS IS ANDREW SCHEER BETTING THAT CANADIANS CARE MORE ABOUT THEIR BOTTOM LINES THAN THE PLIGHT OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

HE'S BANKING THAT SHRINKING CANADA'S FOREIGN PRESENCE WON'T HURT HIM POLITICALLY. SALIMAH SHIVJI, CBC NEWS, MONTRÉAL. >> Rosemary: NOT TOO FAR AWAY JUSTIN TRUDEAU WAS PITCHING HIS GUN CONTROL PLAN TO TORONTO-AREA MAYORS. BUT AS KATIE SIMPSON SHOWS US, THERE'S ONE KEY PART OF IT THAT SOME WOULD LIKE TO SEE CHANGED. >> Reporter: JUSTIN TRUDEAU SAT DOWN WITH MAYORS FROM THE GREATER TORONTO AREA TO TALK ABOUT HIS PLAN TO END GUN VIOLENCE.

>> Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau: WE NEED TO DO EVERYTHING THAT WE CAN TO KEEP OUR CITIES SAFE. >> Reporter: IT'S THE SECOND DAY IN A ROW THAT HE'S PROMOTED THIS PITCH WHICH INCLUDES ALLOWING CITIES TO BAN AND/OR RESTRICT HANDGUNS. THE FEEDBACK FROM DOCTORS AND NURSES YESTERDAY IS THAT THE PATCHWORK APPROACH DOESN'T GO FAR ENOUGH. >> WHAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO DO IS TO SHOW LEADERSHIP AND TO DO A NATIONAL BAN ON HANDGUNS. >> Reporter: MAYORS TODAY PUBLICLY DELIVERED THAT SAME MESSAGE. >> COULD I GET A SHOW OF HANDS HERE FROM MAYORS WHO WOULD LIKE A NATIONAL BAN? >> Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau: I CAN TELL YOU THAT I HEARD CLEARLY FROM THEM THAT MANY OF THEM 79 US TO BRING IN A NATIONAL BAN, YES. >> SO IF YOU TAKE A LOOK BEHIND YOU, ALL OF THOSE PEOPLE ARE SAYING NATIONAL BAN. YOU HEARD IT FROM THE MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS, SO WHY NOT GO THAT ROUTE? >> Rt.

Hon. Justin Trudeau: WE ARE TAKING THE STRONGEST STEP IN CANADIAN HISTORY TO MOVE FORWARD ON TOUGHER GUN LEGISLATION. >> IT'S INEFFECTIVE UNLESS IT'S MORE WIDESPREAD SO ALL OF US HERE WOULD HAVE PREFERRED TO HAVE SEEN IT NATIONALLY. >> Reporter: TRUDEAU HAS BEEN VAGUE IN EXPLAINING WHY HE'D TAKE THE CITY-BY-CITY APPROACH RATHER THAN A NATIONAL PLAN. BUT THE LIBERALS ARE NOW OFFERING A PARTIAL EXPLANATION. >> I KNEW WHAT IT WOULD COST TO BAN AND BUY ALL OF THOSE GUNS BACK. >> Reporter: THE LIBERALS DO HAVE A BUYBACK PLAN BUT ONLY FOR ASSAULT-STYLE WEAPONS. STILL TO BE PUBLICLY TOLD TWO DAYS IN A ROW THAT YOUR PROPOSAL IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH, IT'S NOT WHAT TRUDEAU WANTS. KATIE SIMPSON, CBC NEWS, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO.

>> Rosemary: I'LL BE BACK IN ABOUT 10 MINUTES WITH CONSERVATIVE LEADER ANDREW SCHEER FACE-TO-FACE WITH UNDECIDED VOTERS. >> Adrienne: LET'S GO TO HONG KONG NOW WHERE TODAY THERE WAS A DRAMATIC ESCALATION OF VIOLENCE. POLICE SHOT AN ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTER, A MASKED TEENAGER APPARENTLY ARMED WITH A METAL ROD. MORE THAN 60 OTHER PEOPLE WERE HURT, ALL OF THIS OVERSHADOWING A REALLY IMPORTANT DAY FOR BEIJING — THE COMMUNIST PARTY'S 70th ANNIVERSARY. ASIA CORRESPONDENT SASA PETRICIC WAS THERE. >> Reporter: ON A HONG KONG SIDE STREET, POLICE WERE STILL CHASING THE PROTESTERS. THE OFFICERS JUMPING OUT OF VANS TO TACKLE WHOEVER THEY COULD CATCH. IN SOME CASES VIOLENTLY. MAYHEM, KEEPING ITS MOMENTUM. IT WAS THE END OF AN UGLY DAY WITH STREET BATTLES THAT TURNED INTO BRAWLS AND SEEMED TO GO ON FOREVER. AND IN ONE DRAMATIC MOMENT, A FIRST FOR THESE PROTESTS — AN OFFICER PULLED OUT A GUN AND SHOT AN 18-YEAR-OLD PROTESTER IN THE CHEST.

HE'S STILL IN HOSPITAL. HONG KONG'S POLICE COMMISSIONER LAMENTED ALL THE VIOLENCE ON CHINA'S NATIONAL HOLIDAY. >> UNFORTUNATELY, SOME RIOTERS CHOOSE TO DO ALL OF THESE SORTS OF CRIMINAL DAMAGES. >> Reporter: IN FACT, ALL OF THESE PROTESTS CAME EXACTLY BECAUSE IT IS CHINA'S NATIONAL DAY. >> THEY HAVE BEEN CORRUPTING OUR SYSTEM FOR A VERY LONG TIME AND THEY ARE TAKING BACK MANY OF OUR RIGHTS. >> Reporter: THE PROTESTERS NOW WANT DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS GUARANTEED AND AN INQUIRY INTO POLICE BRUTALITY. AS THE POLICE OPERATIONS CONTINUED LATE INTO THE NIGHT, A CROWD OF REGULAR HONG KONGERS, INCLUDING FAMILIES, FORMED TO JEER THE OFFICERS FROM ABOVE. >> THAT'S EXACTLY THE KIND OF REACTION THAT THE POLICE AND THE GOVERNMENT OF HONG KONG HAS TO WORRY ABOUT, BECAUSE IT'S NOT JUST THE PROTESTERS WHO ARE OPPOSED TO THE GOVERNMENT AND WHO ARE DEMANDING CHANGE, IT'S REALLY A BROAD SWATH OF THE COMMUNITY IN HONG KONG. THE QUESTION IS, WILL THAT SUPPORT CONTINUE? SASA PETRICIC, CBC NEWS, HONG KONG.

>> Adrienne: SO A VERY DIFFERENT SCENE PLAYED OUT IN BEIJING TODAY AS CHINA CELEBRATED SEVEN DECADES OF COMMUNISM WITH A DRAMATIC SHOW OF FORCE AND FIREWORKS. (*) YOU CAN SEE THE DAY BEGAN WITH A MILITARY PARADE THROUGH THE CAPITAL, COMPLETE WITH GOOSE-STEPPING TROOPS AND A DISPLAY OF ADVANCED WEAPONRY, INCLUDING DEEP SEA DRONES AND AN INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE NEVER BEFORE SEEN PUBLICLY. THE DAY ENDED WITH A FIREWORKS SHOW OVER TIANANMEN SQUARE AND A HIGHLY CHOREOGRAPHED PERFORMANCE ALL, OF COURSE, DESIGNED TO SEND A MESSAGE OF SERIOUS STRENGTH. >> Andrew: MEANWHILE, A VERY DIFFERENT CELEBRATION IN THE U.S.

BLACK LEADERS ARE HAILING THE GUILTY VERDICT FOR A WHITE POLICE OFFICER ON TRIAL FOR KILLING AN INNOCENT BLACK MAN IN HIS HOME. KIM BRUNHUBER HAS DETAILS FROM AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE. >> OH, MY GOD, I YELLED AT HIM. LIKE, LET ME SEE YOUR HANDS! LET ME SEE YOUR HANDS. >> Reporter: AMBER GUYGER, THE SEPTEMBER 2018, THE FORMER DALLAS POLICE OFFICER SAID THAT SHE CAME HOME FROM WORK AND PARKED ON THE WRONG LEVEL. SHE THEN ENTERED WHAT SHE THOUGHT WAS HER APARTMENT AND SAW AN UNARMED STRANGER INSIDE 26-YEAR-OLD BOTHAM JEAN AND SHOT HIM. >> I WAS SCARED THAT WHOEVER WAS INSIDE OF MY APARTMENT WAS GOING TO KILL ME.

>> Reporter: GUYGER'S DEFENCE TEAM ARGUED THAT IT WAS SELF-DEFENCE. >> SHE'S AN ORDINARY AND A PRUDENT PERSON WHO MADE A MISTAKE. >> IT'S NOT A MISTAKE, IT'S A SERIES OF UNREASONABLE DECISIONS. >> Reporter: THE PROSECUTION SAID THAT GUYGER MAY HAVE BEEN DISTRACTED BY SEXUALLY EXPLICIT TEXTS BETWEEN HER AND HER MARRIED POLICE PARTNER. THEY SAY THAT BARGES INTO JEAN'S HOME WAS RECKLESS. >> HER INTENT WAS TO KILL. THAT'S MURDER. >> THE JURY HAS REACHED A VERDICT. >> Reporter: THE VERDICT WAS HIGHLY ANTICIPATED, A CASE GARNERING NATIONAL ATTENTION BECAUSE HISTORICALLY SO MANY POLICE OFFICERS HAVE BEEN CLEARED OF WRONGDOING IN THE DEATHS OF UNARMED BLACK MEN. >> WE THE JURY UNANIMOUSLY FIND THE DEFENDANT AMBER GUYGER GUILTY AS MURDER AS CHARGED IN THE INDICTMENT. NO OUTBURSTS. >> Reporter: WITH THAT, GUYGER BECAME THE FIRST DALLAS OFFICER CONVICTED OF MURDER SINCE THE 1970s. THE PUNISHMENT PHASE OF THE TRIAL NOW BEGINS. GUYGER COULD FACE ANYWHERE FROM FIVE YEARS IN JAIL TO LIFE IN PRISON. >> THIS VERDICT IS FOR TRAYVON MARTIN AND IT'S FOR MICHAEL BROWN. >> Reporter: THE ATTORNEYS FOR JEAN'S FAMILY SAID THAT THE VERDICT IS A VICTORY FOR BLACK AMERICA.

>> IT'S A SIGNAL THAT THE TIDE IS GOING TO CHANGE HERE. POLICE OFFICERS ARE GOING TO BEGIN TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR ACTIONS. >> Reporter: STILL, JEAN WAS A SUCCESSFUL, EDUCATED, INNOCENT MAN KILLED IN HIS OWN HOME WHILE EATING VANILLA ICE CREAM. HIS FAMILY SAID THAT IT SHOULDN'T TAKE SUCH A CLEAR-CUT CASE FOR AN UNARMED PERSON OF COLOUR TO GET JUSTICE IN AMERICA. KIM BRUNHUBER, CBC NEWS, LOS ANGELES. >> Andrew: AND WE'RE FOLLOWING SEVERAL OTHER STORIES TONIGHT, INCLUDING A SILVER MEDAL WIN FOR ANDRE De GRASSE. >> A HUGE ROLE FOR THIS FINAL… >> Andrew: IT'S THE FIRST TIME IN 28 YEARS THAT A CANADIAN HAS WON A MEDAL IN THE 200-METRE AT THE WORLD TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS. THE MARKHAM, ONTARIO, SPRINTER IS HAVING A SUCCESSFUL COMEBACK SEASON AFTER SPENDING MUCH OF THE LAST TWO RECOVERING FROM INJURIES. HE ALSO WON A BRONZE ON SATURDAY IN THE 100-METRE RACE. >>> THE DUKE AND THE DUCHESS OF SUSSEX WHO ARE WRAPPING UP THEIR TOUR OF SOUTHERN AFRICA ARE SUING OVER BRITISH TABLOID "MAIL ON SUNDAY" AND ITS PARENT COMPANY OVER THE PUBLICATION OF A PRIVATE LETTER WRITTEN BY THE DUCHESS.

IN A STATEMENT THE DUKE ALLEGES THAT THE LETTER WAS PUBLISHED ILLEGALLY AND ALTERED TO PURPOSELY MISLEAD THE PUBLIC. HE WRITES, "THERE COMES A POINT WHEN THE ONLY THING TO DO IS TO STAND UP TO THIS BEHAVIOUR." >>> AND TAKE A LOOK AT THIS MOMENT THAT THIS CAME CRASHING DOWN IN TAIWAN. AN OIL TRUCK WAS CROSSING THE BRIDGE AT THE TIME AND IT FELL ON SEVERAL BOATS BELOW.

OFFICIALS SAY THAT SIX PEOPLE WERE SERIOUSLY INJURED. AND STILL UNCLEAR WHAT CAUSED THE COLLAPSE. >> Adrienne: IF YOU HAVE EVER DENIED YOURSELF A CHEESEBURGER FOR HEALTH REASONS, A NEW MEDICAL REVIEW MIGHT GIVE YOU SOME REASON TO RECONSIDER. IT EXAMINED WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU CUT BACK ON RED AND PROCESSED MEAT. AND THE RESULTS ARE A BIT SURPRISING. BUT AS VIK ADHOPIA REPORTS, NOT EVERYONE AGREES.

>> Reporter: SLOW-COOKED TO PERFECTION. WHO CAN RESIST? JEAN VASALO TRIED TO. >> I WENT VEGETARIANISM FOR A WHILE BUT DECIDED I DON'T THINK THAT IS THE RIGHT THING TO DO. AND I THINK THAT MEAT IS OKAY WHEN IN MODERATION. >> Reporter: WE'VE ALL HEARD THE WARNINGS FROM ORGINISATIONS LIKE THE CANCER SOCIETY TO HEALTH CANADA, TO KEEP AN EYE ON HOW MUCH RED AND PROCESSED MEAT WE PUT ON OUR PLATES. BUT A TEAM OF INTERNATIONAL RESEARCHERS FOUND THAT AFTER REVIEWING YEARS OF DATA THAT CUTTING DOWN HAS NO CLEAR HEALTH BENEFIT. >> BASED ON THE RESEARCH WE CANNOT SAY WITH ANY CERTAINTY THAT EATING RED OR PROCESSED MEAT CAUSES CANCER, DIABETES OR HEART DISEASE.

>> Reporter: THE STUDY RECOMMENDS THAT ADULTS CONTINUE CURRENT RED AND PROCESSED MEAT CONSUMPTION. IT'S A FINDING THAT HAS PROMPTED CALLS FOR A RETRACTION. THE MOST PROMINENT CRITIC — HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH WHICH LABELED THAT CONCLUSION "IRRESPONSIBLE AND UNETHICAL." EVEN THREE PEOPLE ON THE RESEARCH PANEL OBJECTED TO THE FINDINGS ON RED MEAT CONSUMPTION, GIVEN THE LACK OF EVIDENCE. WHICH THIS CO-AUTHOR ACCEPTS.

>> SO IT WAS A DIFFERENCE IN OPINION ABOUT HOW FULLY INFORMED PEOPLE WOULD DEAL WITH THE CHOICE. AND WE DON'T HAVE THE STUDIES TO TELL US HOW FULLY INFORMED PEOPLE WOULD DEAL WITH THE CHOICE. >> Reporter: NUTRITION RESEARCH HAS LONG BEEN CONTROVERSIAL AND OPEN TO INTERPRETATION OR REINTERPRETATION, LEADING TO CONFLICTING ADVICE. WE USED TO BE WARNED AWAY FROM SATURATED FAT AND NOW THE SCIENCE SAYS THAT IT'S OKAY IN MODERATION. BUT CONFLICTING RESEARCH COMES AT A PRICE, ACCORDING TO THIS CARDIOLOGIST. >> SO WE EITHER NEED TO PRODUCE GOOD DATA OR WE NEED TO STOP ARGUING ABOUT THESE THINGS BECAUSE OTHERWISE WE'RE GOING TO JUST BE PUTTING OUT STUDIES THAT CONTRADICT STUDIES THAT CAME OUT THE WEEK BEFORE AND THAT'S GOING TO JUST MAKE THE PUBLIC AND MOST OF THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY JUST CYNICAL ABOUT THE WHOLE PROCESS.

>> Reporter: THIS LATEST RESEARCH IS UNLIKELY TO CHANGE ANY MINDS ABOUT THE RISKS OF RED MEAT. BUT IT SHOWS THAT THERE'S STILL A HUNGER FOR THAT ANSWER. VIK ADHOPIA, CBC NEWS, TORONTO. >> Andrew: OKAY, TIME FOR A QUICK BREAK. >> Adrienne: ROSIE IS NEXT WITH SPECIAL COVERAGE RIGHT HERE ON "THE NATIONAL." >> Rosemary: ANDREW SCHEER GOES FACE-TO-FACE WITH UNDECIDED VOTERS AND WE BROUGHT THEM TOGETHER HERE IN THIS STUDIO SO THEY COULD PUT THEIR QUESTIONS DIRECTLY TO THE CONSERVATIVE LEADER. >> YOU AND I AREN'T GOING TO LIVE TO SEE THE END OF THE WORLD BUT OUR GRANDCHILDREN COULD VERY WELL BURN. >> YOUR YOUNG DAUGHTERS MAY NOT BE ABLE TO EVER CONSIDER BECOMING TEACHERS OR JUDGES BECAUSE OF OUR PROBLEM WITH THE SECULARISM LAW. >> I DO LIKE THE CONSERVATIVE FISCAL POLICIES BUT I FIND IT DIFFICULT TO CAST MY BALLOTS FOR THE CONSERVATIVES. >> THE PURSUIT OF HOMEOWNERSHIP KEEPS GOING FURTHER AND FURTHER AWAY FROM US. >> IF DO YOU THAT WORK AND YOU MAKE THOSE PROMISES THEN YOU MUST ACTUALLY DO THAT.

SOME OF THOSE PEOPLE ARE OUT OF TOUCH. >> Rosemary: THEIR QUESTIONS AND HIS ANSWERS. AND LATER WE ASKED UNDECIDED VOTERS HOW THEY THINK THAT SCHEER DID. ALL OF THAT IN "FACE-TO-FACE WITH ANDREW SCHEER" RIGHT AFTER THE BREAK. (*) (*) >> Rosemary: WELCOME AGAIN TO "THE NATIONAL" STUDIO HERE IN TORONTO WHERE TONIGHT WE ARE AGAIN DOING SOMETHING A LITTLE NEW.

WE PROMISED THAT THIS ELECTION WOULD BE ABOUT YOU, YOUR QUESTIONS, YOUR CONCERNS. SO UNUSUALLY WE HAVE DECIDED TO GIVE AS MUCH OF OUR INTERVIEW TIME WITH THE FEDERAL LEADERS OVER TO YOU, THE VOTERS. AND THEY HAVE, THANKFULLY, AGREED. WELCOME ONCE AGAIN TO "FACE TO FACE WITH THE FEDERAL LEADERS" AND I'M ROSEMARY BARTON. IN OUR STUDIO TONIGHT UNDECIDED VOTERS, AGAIN, LOOKING FOR ANSWERS. AND WE'VE INVITED FIVE CANADIANS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO SPEAK ONE-ON-ONE WITH THE LEADERS. LAST NIGHT CANADIANS HEARD FROM JUSTIN TRUDEAU AND TONIGHT IT'S CONSERVATIVE LEADER ANDREW SCHEER'S TURN. GOOD TO SEE YOU. >> Andrew Scheer: GOOD TO SEE YOU TOO. >> Rosemary: THANK YOU. I KNOW THAT YOU'RE A BUSY GUY SO I APPRECIATE YOU MAKING THE TIME.

>> Andrew Scheer: IT'S MY PLEASURE. >> Rosemary: EVERYONE WONDERS HOW MUCH YOU HAVE BEEN TOLD AND YOU WERE GIVEN THE FIRST NAME, HOMETOWN, BROAD STROKES OF WHAT THESE PEOPLE WANT TO TALK ABOUT, BUT OTHERWISE YOU'RE ON YOUR OWN. [laughter] EACH PARTICIPANT HAS SHOT A LITTLE BIT OF A VIDEO SO YOU CAN GET TO KNOW THEM A LITTLE BIT. SO LET'S GET GOING. >> HELLO, FRIENDS, MARCUS HARVEY HERE ON THE A.K.A., THE SAINT JOHN RIVER. I'M COMING TO YOU FROM NEW BRUNSWICK, ABOUT 10 KILOMETRES EAST OF THE CAPITAL CITY OF FREDERICTON. MY FAMILY HAS BEEN HERE FOR 100 YEARS AND I HAVE BEEN HERE FOR ABOUT 50 OF THEM. AND I'M MARRIED AND I HAVE THREE SONS AND IN MY SPARE TIME I ENJOY DRINKING WHISKEY AND MAINLY I ENJOY WATCHING MY KIDS PLAY SPORTS. IN 2018 AND 2019 WE HAD THE MOST EPIC AND DESTRUCTIVE FLOODS OF ALL TIMES, SO ONE OF MY MAIN CONCERNS FOR THIS ELECTION IS WHAT A POTENTIAL NEW GOVERNMENT AND PRIME MINISTER ARE GOING TO DO TO STEER CANADA IN OUR FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE AND GLOBAL WARMING.

HOPEFULLY DOING IT ALL WITHOUT STICKING THEIR HANDS IN MY PANTS AND TAKING MY HARD-EARNED TAX DOLLARS. TIME WILL TELL. (*) >> Rosemary: ALL RIGHT, MARCUS, OVER TO YOU. >> HOW ARE YOU? >> Andrew Scheer: I'M WELL. I'D LOVE TO KNOW WHAT KIND OF WHISKEY YOU ENJOY. >> WE'LL GET TO THAT MAYBE LATER ON. I WANTED TO TALK TO YOU TODAY ABOUT CLIMATE STRESS. IT'S KIND OF A HOT TOPIC RIGHT NOW AND IT DEALS MAINLY IN THE NEWS WITH PEOPLE STRESSING ABOUT WHERE THE CLIMATE CHANGE IS GOING AND GLOBAL WARMING. IT ALSO DEALS WITH PEOPLE LIKE MYSELF WHO YOU JUST SAW WHO HAVE GONE THROUGH A COUPLE FLOODS. FOR THE FIRST 40 YEARS OF MY LIFE WE'VE HAD FOUR FLOODS. IN THE LAST 10, WE'VE HAD SEVEN. AND IF THE WATER GOES OVER THE ROAD NEXT YEAR IT WILL BE FOUR IN FOUR. SO MY QUESTION FOR YOU IS — DO YOU UNDERSTAND THE GRAVITY OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND GLOBAL WARMING? AND SHOULD YOU FORM GOVERNMENT, WHAT IS CANADA GOING TO DO, WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO, TO HELP TO FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE AND GLOBAL WARMING AS A COUNTRY? >> Andrew Scheer: WELL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THE QUESTION.

I CAN TELL THAT IT'S SOMETHING THAT YOU'RE VERY PASSIONATE ABOUT, AND RIGHTLY SO, GIVEN THE IMPACT THAT IT'S HAD. >> HAVING BEEN UNDERWATER FOR THE PAST FEW YEARS. >> Andrew Scheer: EXACTLY. AND SO FIRST AND FOREMOST, I BELIEVE THAT TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE AND REDUCING EMISSIONS IS A PRIORITY — WILL BE A PRIORITY FOR THE CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT. YOU TALKED ABOUT HOW THE CARBON TAX IS HAVING AN IMPACT ON THE MIDDLE-CLASS FAMILIES. WE KNOW THAT THEY'RE PAYING MORE, ALL THE WHILE UNDER THIS CURRENT GOVERNMENT THERE'S BEEN A MAJOR EXEMPTION GRANTED TO LARGE INDUSTRIAL EMITTERS. SO WHAT OUR PLAN DOES IS IT WILL FORCE LARGE INDUSTRIAL EMITTERS TO PAY INTO A GREEN INVESTMENT FUND THAT WILL STIMULATE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. WE ARE GOING TO REPEAL THE CARBON TAX, WHICH WILL REDUCE THE COST AND MAKE LIFE MORE AFFORDABLE.

AND WE ARE GOING TO TAKE THE CLIMATE CHANGE FIGHT GLOBAL AND THAT MEANS EXPORTING MORE OF WHAT CANADA CAN PRODUCE HERE AT LOWER EMISSIONS. FOR EXAMPLE, ALUMINUM. BUT WE CAN PRODUCE ALUMINUM IN CANADA AT A FRACTION OF THE EMISSIONS THAT CAN BE PRODUCED — THAT ARE EMITTED IN THAT SAME UNIT OF PRODUCTION THAT IS EMITTED IN CHINA, THANKS TO CLEAN ELECTRICITY, OUR HYDRO ELECTRICITY IN QUÉBEC, AND OTHER TYPES OF INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS. AND WE'RE ALSO GOING TO INVEST IN MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION.

YOU MENTIONED FLOODING. WE'RE GOING TO ADD A LENS TO THE FEDERAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAMMES SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO MITIGATE AGAINST THE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE. SO WHERE THERE'S INCREASED INCIDENCES OF FLOODING, THOSE MUNICIPALITIES WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR FUNDING. >> WE DID HAVE THAT WHERE I'M FROM — LIKE, WE HAD MITIGATION. BUT THE STRESS OF IT ALL — FOR SOMEONE LIKE ME IN THAT AREA, WE HAD PEOPLE THAT WERE DISPLACED FOR TWO WEEKS. WE HAD PEOPLE DISPLACED FOR AN ENTIRE YEAR AND WAITING FOR FUNDING AND MITIGATION. WE HAD PEOPLE THAT TOTALLY LOST THEIR HOMES. MITIGATION IS GREAT, BUT MY QUESTION IS — WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO THAT IS IMMEDIATE, THAT IS FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE, AND SUSTAINABLE TO TACKLE THIS? BECAUSE, YOU KNOW, YOU AND I AREN'T GOING TO LIVE TO SEE THE END OF THE WORLD BUT OUR GRANDCHILDREN COULD VERY WELL BURN. SO IT'S GOT TO BE ADDRESSED IMMEDIATELY. >> Andrew Scheer: AS I SAID MITIGATION IS PART OF IT BUT YOU RIGHTLY POINT OUT THAT THE FOCUS HAS TO BE ON REDUCING EMISSIONS AND AVOIDING THE EFFECTS GOING FORWARD.

THAT'S WHAT OUR PLAN DOES. THROUGH THE GREEN FUND WE WILL SPUR THE TYPE OF INNOVATIONS THAT REDUCED EMISSIONS IN SO MANY SECTORS. AND THE GREEN TAX CREDIT WILL BE A HUB — A MAGNET FOR INVESTMENT FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. AND TAKING THE CLIMATE CHANGE FIGHT GLOBAL IS A HUGE PART OF IT. MOLECULES OF CO2 DON'T NEED A PASSPORT TO TRAVEL AROUND THE WORLD. SO IF WE CAN CAPTURE CARBON CAPTURE TECHNOLOGY, AND HELP OTHER COUNTRIES TO DEAL WITH EMISSIONS AS WELL, WE SHOULD PURSUE THAT. OUR GREEN HOME TAX CREDIT WILL INCENTIVIZE CANADIANS TO INVEST IN THEIR HOME AND REDUCE THEIR EMISSIONS AND THEIR ENERGY CONSUMPTION BILLS WHILE PUTTING A TAX CREDIT BACK IN YOUR POCKET. >> Rosemary: OKAY, DO YOU BELIEVE THAT THE CLIMATE PRICING CAN CHANGE BEHAVIOUR? >> Andrew Scheer: WHAT WE KNOW IS THAT IF THE LIBERALS WANT TO CHANGE BEHAVIOUR — I HAVE TO CHALLENGE THE USE OF THE WORD "PRICE." >> Rosemary: PRICE OR TAX, YOU CAN USE WHATEVER YOU LIKE.

>> Andrew Scheer: THE PRICE IS SOMETHING THAT THE MARKET SETS BASED ON SUPPLY AND DEMAND AND YOU HAVE A CHOICE WHETHER OR NOT YOU WANT TO PAY IT. BUT WHEN THE GOVERNMENT SETS IT AND COLLECTS IT, THAT'S A TAX. AND WHAT I'D LIKE TO KNOW IF I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY, AND I WILL SOON FINALLY WHEN HE SHOWS UP TO A DEBATE, IS TO ASK JUSTIN TRUDEAU HOW HIGH HIS CARBON TAX WILL GO. IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE THE TARGETS, EARLY CONSERVATIVE ESTIMATES ARE THAT IT WOULD HAVE TO RISE OVER $100. >> Rosemary: MARCUS, HOW ARE YOU FEELING? >> FOR ME, THE CARBON TAX — IT'S NOT CHANGING MY BEHAVIOURS. I MEAN, I ALREADY RECYCLE AND REDUCE AND DO WHAT I CAN. BUT TAXING — YOU KNOW, WHEN I SEE THE TAX DOLLARS GOING TO THE GOVERNMENT, NO OFFENSE, BUT OVERALL I FIND THE GOVERNMENT — OR, YOU KNOW, THEY'RE SLICKER THAN DEER GUTS ON A DOORKNOB. >> Rosemary: I DON'T KNOW THAT EXPRESSION, MARCUS. [laughter] >> Andrew Scheer: THAT IS A NEW ONE.

I MIGHT TRY TO USE THAT. YOU DO NOT OFFEND A CONSERVATIVE WHEN YOU SAY THAT THERE NEEDS TO BE LESS GOVERNMENT. >> Rosemary: THANKS, MARCUS, I APPRECIATE IT. ALL RIGHT, LET'S MOVE ON TO OUR NEXT VOTER. >> MY NAME IS JENNA EVELYN AND I LIVE IN ST. GEORGE, WHICH IS A SMALL CITY IN SOUTHERN QUÉBEC. I AM A SEVENTH GENERATION CANADIAN AND I LIVE HERE WITH MY HUSBAND AND OUR SON WHO IS 19 MONTHS OLD AND WE HAVE ANOTHER BABY ON THE WAY. YAY! I WENT TO ST. GEORGE AND AN IMMIGRATION LAWYER. WE HAVE A LOT OF IMMIGRANTS COME TO OUR REGION TO FIND WORK. AND I'M AN UNDECIDED VOTER. BUT I HAVE BEEN CONSIDERING CHANGING MY VOTE SO I'D LIKE TO QUESTION THE CONSERVATIVES ON WHERE IMMIGRATION POLICIES ARE TO SEE WHETHER IT WOULD BE SOMETHING THAT I COULD GET IN LINE WITH. >> Andrew Scheer: HI THERE.

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>> HI, NICE TO MEET YOU. THANK YOU FOR TAKING TIME TO MEET WITH ME. >> Andrew Scheer: MY PLEASURE. >> SO AS YOU SAW A BIG ISSUE FOR ME IS IMMIGRATION — BOTH PERSONALLY AND PROFESSIONALLY. PROFESSIONALLY I WORK IN AN IMMIGRATION FIRM. SO I WORK WITH A LOT OF BUSINESSES THAT ARE BRINGING IN FOREIGN WORKERS WHO WANT TO STAY. AND I MEET WITH THE FAMILIES AND I'M MEETING WITH PEOPLE STRUGGLING TO BRING THEIR FAMILIES OVER, STRUGGLING TO BE ABLE TO STAY AS CURRENT RESIDENTS AND TO NAVIGATE THE SYSTEM. AND IN THE LAST FOUR YEARS, I HAVE SEEN THAT THE LIBERAL GOVERNMENT HAS MADE A LOT OF EFFORTS TO IMPROVE THE SYSTEM, TO TRY TO OPEN THINGS UP, AND TO FACILITATE AND TO TALK TO THE STAKEHOLDERS. AND I WANT TO KNOW IF YOU FORM THE NEXT GOVERNMENT, WILL YOUR GOVERNMENT BE AS OPEN TO IMMIGRATION AND FACILITATIVE HAS THE CURRENT GOVERNMENT HAS BEEN? >> Andrew Scheer: WELL, ABSOLUTELY.

WE'LL HAVE AN OPEN AND INCLUSIVE AND WELCOMING IMMIGRATION POLICY THAT WILL ENSURE THAT CANADA HAS — HAS MUCH-NEEDED NEW CANADIANS COMING TO OUR COUNTRY TO KEEP OUR POPULATION GROW ASKING TO FILL IN GAPS IN OUR WORKFORCE. AND TO CONTINUE TO BE A SAFE PLACE FOR PEOPLE FLEEING PERSECUTION, CIVIL WAR OR NATURAL DISASTERS. SO I'M VERY PROUD OF THE FACT THAT THE PREVIOUS CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT HAD WELCOMED RECORD LEVELS OF NEW CANADIANS FROM AROUND THE WORLD. AND I'D LIKE TO SEE THAT CONTINUE TO BUILD ON.

>> AND WILL YOU ALSO BE WILLING TO LOOK AT REGIONAL DIFFERENCES TO MAKE SURE THAT THE POLICIES ARE EFFECTIVE WHERE WE'VE GOT THE PROBLEMS? FOR INSTANCE, IN QUÉBEC — IN MY REGION WE HAVE THE LOWEST UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN THE COUNTRY AND IN OUR REGION ESPECIALLY IT'S VERY DIFFICULT THEN TO FIND THE WORKERS. BUT WHAT WE'RE ALSO FINDING IS THAT THE POLICIES THAT WE HAVE, THEY'RE FEDERAL AND THEY TEND TO APPLY TO THE WHOLE COUNTRY, BUT OUR REGION — OUR REALITY IS VERY DIFFERENT. WHAT WE NEED IS A GOVERNMENT THAT IS WILLING TO LOOK AT THAT, WORK WITH STAKEHOLDERS ON THE GROUND TO FIND SOLUTIONS THAT WORK FOR THE DIFFERENT REALITIES THAT WE'RE LIVING IN.

FOR INSTANCE, IN QUÉBEC RIGHT NOW WE'VE GOT A NEW POLICY THAT SAYS TO OUR MUSLIM FOREIGN WORKERS, YOU KNOW, YOUR CHILDREN — YOUR YOUNG DAUGHTERS ARE NOT GOING TO EVER CONSIDER BECOMING TEACHERS OR JUDGES BECAUSE OF OUR PROBLEM WITH THE SECULARISM LAW. AND THAT'S SOMETHING THAT AFFECTS WHETHER IMMIGRANTS ARE GOING TO BE WILLING TO STAY AND WORK AND TO INTEGRATE THEIR FAMILIES. BUT I FEEL LIKE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS TRYING TO PASS THAT OFF AS NOT REALLY OUR PROBLEM.

BUT EACH REGION HAS ITS OWN REALITY CAN IT'S IMPORTANT TO US THAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS WILLING TO LOOK AT US AS A SEPARATE — SEPARATE FROM JUST THE WHOLE COUNTRY AS A WHOLE. >> Andrew Scheer: THERE ARE SO MANY DUPLICATIONS BETWEEN PROVINCIAL AND FEDERAL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT. AND ONE OF THE THINGS THAT I BELIEVE IN IS SIMPLIFYING THAT. SO, FOR EXAMPLE, IN QUÉBEC THERE'S OFTEN A NECESSITY FOR A LABOUR MARKET OPINION TO DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT THERE IS A NEED IN A PARTICULAR AREA. AND THEN THERE'S A FEDERAL REQUIREMENT FOR THAT AS WELL. AND OFTEN WHEN A PERMIT IS GRANTED ON THE LABOUR MARKET OPINION SIDE, THE CLOCK STARTS TICKING BEFORE THE PERSON ACTUALLY GETS THE VISA. SO THEY'RE OFTEN COMING TO CANADA AND THEY HAVE ALREADY LOST TWO OR THREE MONTHS OF THEIR ABILITY TO WORK HERE.

AND THAT'S CREATING A WHOLE SLEW OF PROBLEMS FOR EMPLOYERS AND FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT TO COME TO CANADA. >> Rosemary: CAN YOU TELL ME — IMMIGRATION LEVELS — I'M NOT SURE THAT YOU SAID THAT THE IMMIGRATION LEVEL THAT YOU'LL SET THEM AT. WHAT NUMBER ARE YOU LOOKING AT? IS IT AS HIGH AS THE LIBERALS HAVE NOW, GIVEN OUR AGING DEMOGRAPHIC? OR WHERE IS YOUR HEAD AT FOR THAT? >> Andrew Scheer: THIS IS AN EXCELLENT QUESTION BECAUSE I REALLY DO BELIEVE THAT THIS SHOULD BE A NUMBER NOT POLITICIZED IN NATURE.

THIS SHOULD BE A NUMBER ARRIVED AT WHEN STATISTICS CANADA AND EXPERTS IN VARIOUS FIELDS SAY THAT WE NEED THIS MANY PEOPLE TO COME TO FILL THE GAPS IN THE WORKPLACE OR TO ENSURE THAT WE HAVE A GROWING POPULATION AND COMBINED WITH THE HUMANITARIAN COMPONENT FOR FAMILY REUNIFICATION AND REFUGEES. SO THERE WILL BE SOME WHO HAVE AN OPTION TO GO HIGHER AND HIGHER.

AND SOME PARTS WILL HAVE AN OPTION TO GO LOWER AND LOWER TO POLITICIZE IT. IT SHOULD NOT BE A SUBJECT OF THIS. AND WE WANT TO ADDRESS THE ISSUE AT THE BORDERS. SO THAT PEOPLE CAN SEE AND HAVE CONFIDENCE THAT OUR IMMIGRATION PROGRAMME IS BASED ON FAIRNESS AND COMPASSION. >> Rosemary: THAT'S ALL — THAT'S ALL GREAT, DEPOLITICIZE THE ISSUE — BUT YOU STILL DIDN'T GIVE A NUMBER. AND YOU WOULD HAVE TO SET A TARGET AS GOVERNMENT, THAT'S PART OF YOUR JOB TO SET A LEVEL.

SO IF THE TARGET RIGHT NOW IS 350,000 IMMIGRANTS BY 2021, IS THAT ABOUT WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING AT? >> Andrew Scheer: THAT'S REASONABLE, AS LONG AS THAT'S COMING FROM FACTS, FROM EVIDENCE AND A LOOK AT THE SITUATION AND AN UNDERSTANDING OF WHERE OUR SOCIETY HAS NEEDS. AND THEN, ABSOLUTELY. >> Rosemary: OKAY. (*) >>> WHEN WE COME BACK… >> Andrew Scheer: WE'LL TAKE THE G.S.T.

AND H.S.T. OFF HOME HEATING BILLS. WE'RE GOING TO BRING IN THE GREEN HOME RENOVATION TAX CREDIT. >> THAT'S GREAT, BUT MY WIFE AND I DON'T OWN A HOME. >> Rosemary: MORE "FACE-TO-FACE WITH ANDREW SCHEER" NEXT ON "THE (*) >> Rosemary: WELCOME BACK TO "FACE-TO-FACE WITH ANDREW SCHEER," LET'S GET TO OUR NEXT QUESTIONER. >> I'M AT THE BASE OF DREAMERS ROCK IN MY HOME COMMUNITY OF WHITE FISH RIVER FIRST NATION WHERE I WAS BORN AND RAISED IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 57 YEARS AGO. MY NAME IS MAGGIE SEGWINK. I COME FROM A LARGE EXTENDED FAMILY OF 12 SIBLINGS, AND 12 NIECES AND NEPHEWS. THIS IS THE FIRST YEAR THAT I HAVE EVER REGISTERED FOR A FEDERAL ELECTION. SOME OF THE CONCERNS THAT I HAVE INCLUDE WILL THE GOVERNMENT CREATE A BALANCED BUDGET WHILE MAINTAINING SERVICES TO MARGINALIZED CANADIANS? GOOD MORNING, MR.

SCHEER. MY NAME IS MAGGIE. AND WELCOME TO THE LANDS OF THE MISSISSAUGA NEW CREDITS, WE WELCOME YOU HERE. I THINK THAT MOST IMPORTANTLY FOR ME AS AN INDIGENOUS WOMAN, WHEN I THINK ABOUT FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY, IS I LOOK AT MY OWN SPENDING. AND I THINK THAT'S REALLY IMPORTANT FOR ME TO LOOK AT THE POTENTIAL GOVERNMENT THAT'S COMING IN, TO ENSURE THAT THEY HAVE A POLICY IN PLACE THAT WILL CONTINUE SERVICES FOR MARGINALIZED CANADIANS.

SO YOU COULD BE THINKING ABOUT A LOT OF CUTS, BUT YOU STILL NEED TO PROVIDE THOSE SERVICES FOR CANADIANS. MY VOTE WILL DEPEND ON THAT FOR SURE. MY VOTE WILL ALSO DEPEND ON YOUR WILLINGNESS TO LOOK AT THINGS LIKE, FOR INSTANCE, MY SISTER IS ONE OF THE MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS IN THIS COUNTRY. AND IT'S BEEN 25 YEARS.

SO I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW YOUR COMMITMENT TO THE GRASSROOTS FAMILIES OF THE MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS AND HOW YOU'RE GOING TO ADDRESS THE INTERGENERATIONAL HEALING THAT IS NECESSARY FOR US TO MOVE FORWARD. >> Andrew Scheer: WELL, FIRST OF ALL MY DEEPEST SYMPATHIES AND CONDOLENCES. I CANNOT EVEN IMAGINE THE GRIEF AND THE HARDSHIP THAT YOU'RE CONTINUING TO GO THROUGH WITH THE LOSS OF A LOVED ONE. AND I WANT TO ASSURE YOU THAT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT GETTING BACK TO BALANCED BUDGETS WE'RE GOING TO DO THAT IN A WAY THAT MAINTAINS CORE SERVICES, ESSENTIAL SERVICES — HEALTH CARE, SOCIAL PROGRAMMES AS WELL. CONSERVATIVES BELIEVE THAT THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IS THERE TO — TO HELP THOSE WHO CANNOT HELP THEMSELVES. WHEN WE TALK ABOUT MARGINALIZED CANADIANS, THAT'S PRECISELY WHERE WE THINK THAT THERE IS A LEGITIMATE AND A MUCH-NEEDED ROLE FOR GOVERNMENT. SO WE'VE MADE THAT COMMITMENT TO MAINTAIN FUNDING FOR THOSE SERVICES AND INCREASE IT AND TO IMPROVE IT IN AREAS WHERE WE KNOW THAT IT CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE. WHERE WE'VE ANNOUNCED THAT WE'RE GOING TO ELIMINATE SPENDING TO GET BACK TO BALANCED BUDGETS IS ON THINGS LIKE CORPORATE WELFARE, WHERE WE SEE BILLIONS OF DOLLARS GOING TO HIGHLY PROFITABLE COMPANIES OR C.E.O.s AND SHAREHOLDERS.

AND TODAY I MADE THE ANNOUNCEMENT THAT WE'RE GOING TO CUT FOREIGN AID FUNDING THAT GOES TO COUNTRIES THAT ARE RANKING RELATIVELY HIGH ON THE DEVELOPMENT INDEX AND PUT THAT MONEY BACK INTO CANADIANS' POCKETS TO HELP TO IMPROVE THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE. >> MOST IMPORTANTLY I THINK FOR ME IT'S NOT — IT'S NOT THE SPENDING. IT IS THE SPENDING WISELY. >> Andrew Scheer: YES. >> THAT IS CRITICAL IN THE WAY THAT MY VOTE WILL BE LOOKING FORWARD AND TO ENSURE THAT THE GOVERNMENT COMING IN WILL DO THOSE THINGS FOR CANADIAN PEOPLE. I DO NOT WANT TAX DOLLARS SPENT LIKE THERE'S A BLANK CHEQUE. WE NEED SOME BALANCED BUDGETS AND WE NEED TO ENSURE THAT WE STILL HAVE SERVICES WHILE PEOPLE IN THIS COUNTRY THAT REALLY NEED THEM. >> Andrew Scheer: WELL, YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT. WE DON'T — CONSERVATIVES DON'T MEASURE THE SUCCESS OF GOVERNMENT BY HOW MUCH DOLLARS ARE SPENT, WE MEASURE IT ON RESULTS. ARE WE GETTING WHAT WE HAVE PAID FOR.

AND MASSIVE DEFICITS FOR YEARS AND YEARS AND YEARS AS WE HAVE SEEN UNDER THIS GOVERNMENT WILL — WILL THREATEN THOSE TYPES OF PROGRAMMES AND SERVICES. SO I'D LIKE TO WORK WITH INDIGENOUS LEADERS AND SAY, OKAY, LET'S NOT JUST GIVE A BLOCK OF MONEY TO BUILD A WATER FACILITY. LET'S MAKE SURE THAT THERE'S ONGOING FUNDS FOR TRAINING. BECAUSE MANY TIMES A FACILITY IS BUILT, BUT THEN BECAUSE THERE AREN'T PEOPLE ON RESERVE TO MAINTAIN AND TO KEEP THE FACILITY UP AND RUNNING OVER THE LONG TERM, THERE'S A NEED FOR THAT AS YEARS GO BY.

>> I THINK THAT MOST — >> Rosemary: LAST POINT HERE. >> I THINK THAT MOST IMPORTANTLY FOR PEOPLE THAT I KNOW AROUND THE COUNTRY, INDIGENOUS PEOPLE, THAT YOU NEED TO START WORKING WITH GRASSROOTS ACTIVISTS, PEOPLE WHO ARE ON THE GROUND, PEOPLE WHO KNOW WHAT IS NEEDED ON THE GROUND. SOMETIMES THE LEADERS AREN'T IN TOUCH WITH THOSE THINGS. BECAUSE THEY COME FROM ANOTHER PLACE. SO, YOU KNOW, IF YOU DO THAT WORK AND YOU MAKE THOSE PROMISES, THEN YOU MUST ACTUALLY DO THAT. >> Andrew Scheer: OKAY, SO NOT JUST — >> NOT JUST THE FIGUREHEADS, BECAUSE SOME OF THOSE PEOPLE ARE OUT OF TOUCH. >> Andrew Scheer: OKAY. APPRECIATE THAT. >> Rosemary: THANKS. LET'S MOVE TO OUR NEXT QUESTIONER. >> MY NAME IS BRIAN STEWART. AND I LIVE IN SOUTH SURREY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WITH MY 7-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER AND MY 22-YEAR-OLD STEPSON. I WORK FULL-TIME FOR A ENGINEERING COMPANY. AND WE'RE VERY CONCERNED, HOWEVER, WITH THE INCREASED COST OF LIVING. WE RENT THE HOUSE THAT WE'RE CURRENTLY RESIDING IN. WE'D REALLY LIKE TO OWN A HOME TODAY BUT DON'T HAVE $200,000 IN OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD AS REALISTIC.

WHAT SPECIFICALLY WOULD YOU DO TO IMPROVE HOUSING AFFORDABILITY AND THE POTENTIAL HOMEOWNERSHIP FOR THOUSANDS OF CANADIANS LIKE OURSELVES? (*) >> Rosemary: HEY, BRIAN. >> NICE TO MEET YOU, ANDREW. THANK YOU FOR MEETING ME. I'M REALLY PROUD TO BE HERE AND REPRESENTING CANADIAN FAMILIES. MY QUESTION SPECIFICALLY TO YOU IS ON OCTOBER 22nd, YOU POTENTIALLY COULD BE THE NEXT GOVERNMENT OF THIS COUNTRY. WHAT SPECIFIC STEPS WOULD YOU TAKE TO PUT MORE MONEY IN THE POCKETS OF ORDINARY CANADIANS SUCH AS OURSELVES? >> Andrew Scheer: THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THIS QUESTION. THIS IS THE THEME OF OUR CAMPAIGN. IT'S A GOVERNMENT THAT RUNS — SORRY, A GOVERNMENT THAT LIVES WITHIN ITS MEANS, SO WE CAN PUT MORE MONEY BACK IN YOUR POCKETS SO THAT YOU CAN GET AHEAD.

EVERYTHING THAT WE ARE DOING IS GEARED TOWARDS LEAVING MORE MONEY IN YOUR POCKETS. IT STARTED WITH OUR UNIVERSAL TAX CUT. THIS IS A REDUCTION IN THE FIRST INCOME TAX BRACKET FOR THE AVERAGE HARD-WORKING COUPLE WOULD MEAN $850 WORTH OF SAVINGS. WE'RE BOOSTING RESPs SO WHEN COUPLES ARE SAVING FOR THEIR CHILDREN'S EDUCATION THAT WE'RE INCREASING THE GRANT THAT THE GOVERNMENT PUTS INTO THAT. AND BRINGING BACK THE GREEN PUBLIC TRANSIT TAX CREDIT AND WE'RE GOING TO TAKE THE G.S.T. AND THE H.S.T. OFF OF HOME HEATING BILLS. WE'RE GOING TO BRING IN THE GREEN HOME RENOVATION TAX CREDIT — >> THAT'S GREAT, BUT MY WIFE AND I DON'T OWN A HOME.

LIKE THOUSANDS OF CANADIANS WE RENT. IN THE LAST TWO YEARS ALONE IF — WE'VE HAD TO MOVE TWICE BECAUSE OF EVICTIONS AND OUR RENT IS INCREASED FROM ABOUT 35% OF OUR AFTER-TAX INCOME TO ALMOST 60% IN 18 MONTHS. WE CAN'T SAVE FOR GREEN HOME RENOVATIONS. AND THE PURSUIT OF HOMEOWNERSHIP KEEPS GOING AWAY AND AWAY AND AWAY FROM US. ONE OF THE PRESSURES, PARTICULARLY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, IS THE INFLUENCE OF FOREIGN OWNERSHIP ON CANADIAN REAL ESTATE. WE HAVE PEOPLE FROM OUTSIDE OF THE COUNTRY BUYING UP HUGE PLOTS OF LAND AND TO THEM HOMEOWNERSHIP — SORRY, REAL ESTATE IS JUST AN INVESTMENT. WOULD YOUR GOVERNMENT COMMIT TO CLOSING SOME OF THESE LOOPHOLES TO MAKE SURE THAT THE PLAYING FIELD IS LEVEL FOR ALL CANADIANS? >> Andrew Scheer: WE BELIEVE THAT THERE SHOULD BE CONSIDERATION FOR REGIONAL DIFFERENCES. WHEN YOU HAVE A VERY HOT BOOMING MARKET FOR A PERIOD OF TIME, THE POLICY TOOLS THAT ARE USED TO FIX THAT SHOULDN'T APPLY ALL THE WAY ACROSS THE COUNTRY IN AREAS THAT MAY NOT BE EXPERIENCING THAT.

EVEN WITHIN BRITISH COLUMBIA, EVEN WITHIN THE GREATER VANCOUVER AREA, THERE CAN BE DIFFERENCES IN THE HOUSING MARKET. >> RIGHT. >> Andrew Scheer: SO ONE OF THE THINGS THAT I HAVE ANNOUNCED IS THAT WE'LL REWORK THE STRESS TEST. IT'S HAD UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES. AND WE'LL BRING BACK THE 30-YEAR MORTGAGES FOR FIRST-TIME HOME BUYERS AND MAKING THAT DREAM OF HOMEOWNERSHIP MORE ACCESSIBLE. AND ONE MORE POINT ON THIS. WHEN WE'RE TALKING ABOUT AFFORDABILITY AND THE HOUSING PRICES WE'RE THE ONLY PARTY TALKING ABOUT THE SUPPLY OF HOUSING UNITS. ABOUT MAKING SURE THAT FEDERAL INFRASTRUCTURE DOLLARS ARE GOING TO MUNICIPALITIES THAT HAVE A BETTER TRACK RECORD ON REDUCING THE DEVELOPMENT TIMES AND DEVELOPMENT FEES.

>> Rosemary: TIME FOR A QUICK BREAK. UP NEXT… >> AS A BROWN MUSLIM MAN, WHERE DO I FIT IN THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY? (*) >> Rosemary: MORE "FACE-TO-FACE WITH ANDREW SCHEER" NEXT ON "THE NATIONAL." (*) (*) >> I'M JAYME POISSON AND TOMORROW ON CBC'S DAILY NEWS PODCAST "FRONTBURNER," IT'S A BILLION DOLLAR INDUSTRY, AND THE ATHLETES, THEY DON'T GET PAID. WE TALK ABOUT A MAJOR LAW CHANGE THAT COULD PUT MONEY IN COLLEGE ATHLETES' POCKETS. SUBSCRIBE WHEREVER YOU GET YOUR PODCASTS. (*) >> Rosemary: WELCOME BACK. CONSERVATIVE LEADER ANDREW SCHEER IS HERE TAKING QUESTIONS FROM UNDECIDED VOTERS. WATCH THIS… >> HI, I'M OMAR ALI AND I'M 30 YEARS OLD AND I LIVE IN BRAMPTON, ONTARIO. I'M CURRENTLY WORKING AS A MANAGER IN THE CORPORATE RETAIL WORLD AND I LIKE TO SPEND MY FREE TIME PLAYING SPORTS AND COOKING.

I WAS 7 YEARS OLD WHEN MY FAMILY EMIGRATED FROM PAKISTAN TO CANADA. BEING A FIRST-GENERATION CANADIAN AND AN IMMIGRANT CHILD, I'M IN A UNIQUE POSITION BECAUSE IT ALLOWS YOU TO PURSUE YOUR CANADIAN DREAMS ALL THE WHILE BEING PROTECTED FROM THE HARDSHIPS OF AN IMMIGRANT LIFE BY YOUR PARENTS. HISTORICALLY I HAVE VOTED FOR EITHER THE LIBERALS OR THE CONSERVATIVES, DEPENDING ON THE ISSUES THAT ARE IMPORTANT TO ME. AS A BROWN MUSLIM MAN, WHERE DO I FIT IN THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY? >> Andrew Scheer: YOU FIT RIGHT AT HOME. WE ARE AN OPEN, INCLUSIVE PARTY THAT WE'VE HAD TREMENDOUS SUPPORT FROM MUSLIM CANADIANS. WE'VE HAD MUSLIM MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT AND WE HAVE THE FIRST MUSLIM SENATOR AS WELL. AND WE WELCOME PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD, REGARDLESS OF FAITH OR BACKGROUND. >> SO YOU HAVE BACKED A CANDIDATE LOCALLY IN MISSISSAUGA WHO HAS SAID SOME VERY ISLAMOPHOBIC THINGS IN THE PAST. YOU YOURSELF HAVE SPOKEN AT YELLOW VEST RALLIES AND YOUR CAMPAIGN CHAIR IS A FORMER DIRECTOR OF "REBEL" MEDIA. IF JUST DOESN'T KIND OF WORK. >> Andrew Scheer: I'LL CHALLENGE SOME OF THE MISCONCEPTIONS THAT YOU HAVE BROUGHT UP.

I SPOKE AT A RALLY IN SUPPORT OF THE ENERGY SECTOR. IT WAS ATTENDED BY THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE WHO WERE DESPERATE, OUT OF WORK, WHO HAVE SEEN THEIR BUSINESSES GO UNDER AND WHO HAVE LOST THEIR HOMES AND ARE JUST IN A TREMENDOUS STATE OF ANXIETY AND FEAR FOR THE FUTURE. AND THE ORGANIZERS OF THAT EVENT TOOK GREAT PAINS — TOOK GREAT STEPS TO KEEP IT FOCUSED ON THE ENERGY SECTOR. THAT'S WHAT I WAS SPEAKING TO. AND, YOU KNOW, THE CANDIDATE THAT YOU MENTIONED HAS — HAS TAKEN RESPONSIBILITY FOR HER COMMENTS THAT SHE HAD RE-TWEETED AND APOLOGISED. AND COMMITTED — RECOMMITTED HER SUPPORT FOR DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION AND CELEBRATING THE CONTRIBUTIONS THAT MUSLIMS HAVE MADE TO THIS COUNTRY. >> SO GOING BACK TO THE RALLY, I UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU'RE SAYING AND I DO UNDERSTAND, YOU KNOW, THE PURPOSE OF THE RALLIES AND THE HISTORY ON THE MOVEMENT IS FOR JOBS AND PEOPLE WHO ARE LOOKING FOR WORK. BUT THERE'S A DIFFERENT UNDERTONE IN THAT MOVEMENT IN CANADA. THERE IS A SORT OF A RACIST RHETORIC, VERY ANTI-IMMIGRATION. I MEAN — I MEAN, FAITH GOLDIE WAS THERE SPEAKING AS WELL.

SO IT'S HARD — >> Andrew Scheer: I'M GLAD YOU'RE ASKING THESE QUESTIONS BECAUSE IT'S JUST NOT TRUE. THIS WASN'T A SO-CALLED YELLOW VEST RALLY. THIS WAS AN ENERGY SECTOR RALLY. THIS WAS PEOPLE WHO SUPPORTED OUR ENERGY SECTOR AND WHO WANT TO SEE PIPELINES BUILT AGAIN. THE FRUSTRATION — CAN YOU IMAGINE WATCHING A SMALL BUSINESS IN THE ENERGY SECTOR GO UNDER AND AUCTION OFF THE EQUIPMENT TO AMERICAN COMPANIES WHO ARE DRIVING THOSE RIGS ACROSS THE BORDER TO JUST INVEST IN THE ENERGY SECTOR IN A COUNTRY THAT WE'RE COMPETING WITH? THAT'S WHAT THIS EVENT WAS AT.

AND THE PERSON THAT YOU MENTIONED WAS NOT INVITED, SHE WAS NOT PART OF IT. AND IT WAS DOWN THE STREET. AND THE LIBERALS AND THE N.D.P. TRIED TO MAKE THE ASSOCIATION. AND WHEN I SAID AT THE TIME IS THAT I'M NOT GOING TO LET THAT HAPPEN. I'M NOT GOING TO ALLOW THAT BRUSH TO BE PAINTED ON THOUSANDS OF CANADIANS WHO WERE THERE TO FIGHT FOR THEIR JOBS AND FIGHT FOR THEIR INDUSTRY. I WILL ALWAYS SPEAK OUT AGAINST THOSE PEOPLE WHO SPREAD HATEFUL MESSAGES.

THAT'S NOT WHAT THAT EVENT WAS FOR. I WAS THERE TO SHOW SUPPORT FOR HARD-WORKING MEN AND WOMEN AFFECTED BY JUSTIN TRUDEAU'S ENERGY POLICIES. >> CAN YOU SAY TODAY THAT YOU'LL HAVE ANY POLICIES GOING FORWARD IF YOU ARE ELECTED INTO OFFICE FOR BEING A MORE INCLUSIVE PARTY? >> Andrew Scheer: WELL, YES. WE SUPPORT PROGRAMMES THAT CELEBRATE MULTICULTURALISM AND CELEBRATE THE CONTRIBUTION OF CANADIANS FROM ALL ACROSS — FROM ALL AROUND THE WORLD. I HAVE BEEN HONOURED TO BE INVITED INTO THE HOMES OF SO MANY PEOPLE TO CELEBRATE MUSLIM HOLY DAYS. AND THAT'S SOMETHING THAT I'M GOING TO CONTINUE TO SHOW THAT THERE'S A HOME FOR YOU HERE. WE'RE A PARTY THAT WELCOMES PEOPLE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE, FROM ALL BACKGROUNDS. AS LONG AS YOU BELIEVE IN FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY, LOWER TAXES AND A MORE VIBRANT ECONOMY, YOU HAVE A HOME IN OUR PARTY, NO MATTER WHAT YOUR BACKGROUND IS, NO MATTER WHAT FAITH YOU PRACTISE AND NO MATTER WHAT COUNTRY YOU COME FROM ORIGINALLY.

>> Rosemary: OKAY, OMAR, GOOD JOB. YOU HEARD HIS QUESTIONS AND HIS ANSWERS AND NOW IT'S TIME TO HEAR WHAT THE UNDECIDED VOTERS REALLY THOUGHT. THEIR IMPRESSIONS RIGHT AFTER THE BREAK. (*) (*) >> Rosemary: AT THIS POINT WE'D NORMALLY BRING YOU "THE MOMENT" BUT TONIGHT WE'RE TURNING THAT SPACE OVER AGAIN TO THE VOTERS WHO WENT FACE-TO-FACE WITH CONSERVATIVE LEADER ANDREW SCHEER. WE GOT THEIR REACTIONS TO HIS ANSWERS. >> IT WAS PRETTY COOL, ACTUALLY, TO BE ABLE TO SIT ONE-ON-ONE WITH THE LEADER OF A FEDERAL PARTY.

AND TO HAVE FIVE MINUTES WITH THEIR EAR. >> I THINK THAT IT WAS A NICE CONVERSATION THAT WE GOT TO HAVE FOR A FEW MINUTES. >> I REALLY ENJOYED GETTING A CHANCE TO TALK WITH ANDREW SCHEER, IT WAS SHORT. IT WENT BY REALLY FAST. >> IT WOULD HAVE WORKED OUT A LOT BETTER IF I HAD HAD A GLASS OF WHISKEY INSTEAD OF WATER. >> MR. SCHEER WAS THERE TO LISTEN TO CANADIANS AND WE WERE THERE TO ASK THE HARD QUESTIONS. >> WELL, MY QUESTION WAS ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND HOW THEY WOULD DEAL WITH IT IF THEY WERE TO FORM GOVERNMENT. AND I WANTED A MORE IMMEDIATE RESPONSE. >> I'M SATISFIED WITH WHAT HE SAID. I JUST WISH THAT IT WAS DIFFERENT THAN WHAT I HAVE HEARD BEFORE. >> APPROACHABLE, BUT I THINK THAT ON THE FLIPSIDE I ALSO FOUND THAT IT WAS ALMOST — IT WAS ALMOST TOO AGREEABLE. >> THE BEST POLITICIANS IN THE WORLD, I GUESS, ARE VERY GOOD AT THE NON-ANSWER AND HE SEEMED TO BE FINDING HIS WAY WITH THAT.

>> HE ANSWERED THE QUESTIONS AND HE WAS DIRECT AND I FELT THAT HE WAS HONEST. >> WELL, COMING INTO THIS EXPERIENCE, ANDREW SCHEER WAS THE LESSER OF SIX EVILS FOR ME. SO I'M STILL LEANING TOWARDS SCHEER. I'LL WATCH THE OTHER DEBATES AND THE OTHER TOWN HALLS AND SEE HOW IT GOES. >> I'LL BE WATCHING FOR THEIR WORDS AND THEIR ACTIONS TO ENSURE THAT, YOU KNOW, THEY ARE GOING TO MAKE REALISTIC PROMISES.

>> I'M NOT SATISFIED ENOUGH YET TO MAKE A DECISION ON WHO I'M VOTING FOR. THERE'S STILL THREE WEEKS LEFT TO THE ELECTION AND I'LL SEE HOW THINGS PLAY OUT. >> I HOPE THAT TODAY'S SESSION WAS BENEFICIAL. IT SHOWS THAT CANADIANS CAN HAVE A VOICE IN OUR DEMOCRACY. IT'S OUR RIGHT AS A CANADIAN TO BE INVOLVED, TO UNDERSTAND AND KNOW AT LEAST SOME OF THE ISSUES AND THEN TO VOICE WHAT'S IMPORTANT TO YOU. >> Rosemary: WELL, THAT LAST SENTIMENT MAKES ME HAPPY. >>> THANK YOU FOR JOINING US FOR THIS SPECIAL EDITION OF "THE NATIONAL" AND YOU CAN WATCH IT ON CBC GEM AND cbcnews.ca AND AFTER YOUR LATE LOCAL NEWS ON CBC TELEVISION. WE'RE DOING THIS ALL WEEK LONG. TOMORROW GREEN PARTY LEADER ELIZABETH MAY GOES FACE-TO-FACE WITH UNDECIDED VOTERS. WE'LL SEE YOU THEN. HAVE A GOOD NIGHT. (*).

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