Canada Andrew Scheer Totally Burned Maxime Bernier During The French Leaders' Debate

18:00  11 october  2019
18:00  11 october  2019 Source:   narcity.com

5 Standout Moments From The 1st French Leaders’ Debate

  5 Standout Moments From The 1st French Leaders’ Debate Four federal party leaders faced off Wednesday in the first 2019 election debate to include Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau. The debate on TVA — the largest private television station in Quebec — featured Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and Bloc Québécois Yves-François Blanchet. Here are a few moments that stood out: 1. Scheer accuses Trudeau of being a “hypocrite” on the environment for using two campaign planes DuringDuring a section on the environment, as Trudeau was trying to suggest his government had done a lot to address climate change while Scheer was trying to block efforts to but a price on carbon and the Bloc would not be in a position to put together a pan-Canadian plan to deal with the i

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer , who is the only party leader pitching a new large energy project as part of his platform Conservative leader Andrew Scheer and People's Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier exchange ideas during the federal leaders debate in Gatineau, Que. on Monday.

The French debate on Thursday revealed a tired Trudeau, a bolder Bernier , a smilier Scheer , a boring Blanchet, a funnier Singh and a tiresome There was less screaming and shouting — and when it did break out in the second hour, moderator Patrice Roy mercilessly kept to time and cut off the debaters .

Maxime Bernier wearing a suit and tie© Andrew Scheer | Instagram, Maxime Bernier | Instagram

After the TVA French-language debate last week, the French-language leaders' debate on Thursday evening, October 10 is the last one of the 2019 federal election campaign. For this event, the six party leaders, Jagmeet Singh, Elizabeth May, Maxime Bernier, Justin Trudeau, Yves-François Blanchet, and Andrew Scheer gathered at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau.

The format of this debate is a little different than what we last saw, as the leaders are not only taking questions from journalists, but also the public.

The evening began with a hot topic, when a resident of Trois-Rivières asked a question about the environment and the climate crisis.

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All 13 Conservative leadership candidates crossed swords in a French -language debate Tuesday as they Bernier , the other francophone hopeful, defended his record as a cabinet minister in Stephen Harper’s former Tory WATCH: Does the Conservative leader need to need to be fluent in French ?

Each leader answered (or didn't answer) the question before being able to debate among themselves. The conversation quickly deviated to pipelines, and a particular phrase caught the attention of viewers on social media.

When it was time for Maxime Bernier, leader of the PPC, to speak, he began by saying, "We will impose...", but he didn't have time to finish.

Andrew Scheer, Conservative Party leader, interrupted him with a particularly scathing remark, "You will never impose anything, you will not even win in Beauce!"


This interaction has gotten a lot of reactions on social media, especially among Quebecers who seem to have found it quite entertaining.

"Andrew Scheer was wild against Bernier! Maxime, you will not even win in Beauce," wrote @BCredos.

One thing is certain — that line won't be forgotten, and we bet it won't be the only one from this debate.

These party leaders aren't holding back.

This article was originally published in french on Narcity Quebec.

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