Marc Garneau announced his withdrawal from the Liberal Party (LPC) leadership race yesterday and by all indications created a virtual coronation of Justin Trudeau, who is well ahead of the remainder of the field. What is the road ahead for the LPC?
Marc Garneau, according to sources close to his campaign, has decided to pull out of the liberal leadership race. Garneau feels that it would be impossible to beat forerunner Justin Trudeau, who enjoys a considerable lead.
With more new supporters joining the Liberal Party of Canada due to Justin Trudeau’s campaign than were expected to participate in whole, many consider his eventual nomination as leader of the Liberal Party a certainty. If true, this is not good news.
Front runners of the Liberal Party of Canada (LPC) leadership race exchanged punches during the fourth of five debates in Halifax, NS. Marc Garneau accused Justin Trudeau of having no substance, in turn Trudeau accused Garneau of negative campaigning.
During the second Liberal Party Leadership debate, candidates took aim at Justin Trudeau's privileged upbringing and his affluence. Yet Trudeau is not the only affluent candidate. Regardless of their wealth, where is the substance in their platform?
The gloves came off in Mississauga, ON yesterday during the third liberal party (LPC) leadership debate. While the first two debates were a liberal love in, front runner Justin Trudeau was challenge on his privileged background.
The third of five Liberal Party leadership debates moves to Mississauga, ON today. While the first two debates were like a love fest, this debate promises to state some specific plans. Marc Garneau is demanding that Trudeau states where he stands.
While the name factor has been a factor in US politics, with political dynasties like the Bush's and Clinton's, a recent poll indicates that the candidacy of Justin Trudeau has had little impact outside the Liberal Party of Canada.
Dr. Marc Garneau stepped into history as Canada's first astronaut. In 2013 he entered the race for leader of Canada's Liberal Party in an ultimate quest to serve as chief executive: The Prime Minister of Canada.