Each week, the Maclean’s Ottawa bureau sits down with Cormac MacSweeney to discuss the headlines of the week. This week, a special Maclean’s panel parses four key moments from The Globe and Mail‘s national leaders debate. Lindsay Tedds, an economics professor at the University of Victoria, sheds some light on how much the country learned about party leaders’ visions for the economy during a debate ostensibly devoted to that subject. We hear from Chatelaine writer Katrina Onstad, who recently interviewed the four main leaders. And senior writer Laura Payton speaks with Anne Kingston about her Maclean’s cover story on Canada’s vanishing data.
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