How one bad debate by Andrew Scheer has weighed down Conservative candidates in Quebec - 2019-10-10

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F182.png How one bad debate by Andrew Scheer has weighed down Conservative candidates in Quebec October 10, 2019, Jonathan Montpetit, CBC News

The Conservatives began the campaign with big hopes for Quebec. They revamped their image in the province and spent months recruiting high-profile local candidates.

Leader Andrew Scheer even launched his bid to become prime minister from Trois-Rivières, Que. It was just the kind of mid-sized city where the Tories felt their promises would resonate.

But that was before Scheer took part in a French-language debate last week that was broadcast on the most widely watched television network in the province.

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