Murray: Aboriginals don't have equal access to education (the ones living on reserves). Need to offer supports to help them complete their education.
McCrimmon - but what can we do to help isolated communities?
Murray suggests tourism for these areas, get high-speed Internet to the communities.
Trudeau asks Cauchon - how would you support regional development? Focusing on ports.
Cauchon - it's time to turn over some of the control of ports over to local governments.
Cauchon - government develops policy without taking into account local concerns/issues. He'd take those into account.
Murray asks Coyne: Do you agree with legalizing marijuana?
Coyne supports it, and what's important is the regulation of sales.
Murray asks Coyne if she would support growing marijuana for personal use? Coyne jokingly responds, says 'well, I'm not an expert' (a bit of laughter from the crowd after that).
Cauchon asking MHF: why would you disrupt the supply system affecting family farms?
Hall Findlay says back when the supply management started, it made sense because of the #s of farmers in Canada. Today, things are much different.
Cauchon calls for regulation helps prevent dumping, says trade will be protected.
MHF asks Coyne: Economic and economic prosperity are very closely linked. (Don't think there was an actual question in there)
Wow - really close results in our poll. 50/50!
Coyne asks McCrimmon: What is something that you have learned from the campaign? McCrimmon 'wow'
McCrimmon: All Canadians want the same thing: Job, future for children...and a party that reps. them.
Last question: MHF asks Trudeau about the budget, particularly asking employers and provinces to chip in for skills training. What would he do?
Trudeau - doesn't agree with asking provinces for money that's not there.
MHF holding him to a concrete solution. What would you do?
Trudeau says they need a target of how many jobs need to be filled.
MHF: Target isn't the answer.
Now time for closing statements...and some reminders about how to vote.
McCrimmon first to go. Says you need a team with different backgrounds and different heritage.
She says working together can help change the world.
Cauchon says he hopes the debate has helped people understand where they want to go...
Says they want a government that's inclusive, with a view, and can build on co-operation.
In closing, he appeals for support and votes.
Coyne: One Canada for all Canadians is my view, vision.
Says the LPC must be the voice of leadership, show national leadership. Shouldn't impose projects, need to serve interest of all Canadins.
It's now time to show Canada is a country of social justice and sustainable development.
Trudeau: Says today's conservation on Quebec's role in Canada stands out in his mind.
Says he thinks Canada is on the wrong track because Quebeckers have not been at the cabinet table, they haven't been strong voices within the government.