The first debate of Canada's federal election campaign has already turned into chaos. Overtalking, finger-pointing, and shade-throwing have filled the beginning minutes of the discussion. The hostility between the leaders is at as much as the room can handle, and Justin Trudeau isn't even there to add fuel to the fire!\nConservative Leader Andrew Scheer, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May are facing off in Maclean's/Citytv debate which began at 8:00 p.m Thursday.\nThe debate got off to rocky start with the party leader's already refusing to let each other finish points. Scheer kicked off the interruption after cutting of Singh during a rant about the Conservative government's education cuts, and moderator Paul Wells has done little to control the outbursts.\nThe poor etiquette between the leaders and Well's lack of sternness already has Canadians flocking to social media to demand a new moderator:\n#firstdebate I'm outta here. Worst moderator ever. I'll read the text later. Besides, without Trudeau this is a joke. #cdnpol— Rhona Raskin (@RhonaRaskin) September 13, 2019\nEnough talking over each other. Is there a moderator here?#firstdebate— Andy Marschall (@AndyMarschall) September 13, 2019\n#firstdebate @macleans Is there a moderator? This is just hard to watch.— Mike Haarbosch (@MHaarbosch) September 13, 2019\nIs Paul Wells is enjoying the total chaos in front of him? Introduce a topic and let them yell at each other like children // #firstdebate— sikander // 시서방 🦖 (@sikander) September 13, 2019\nThis moderator doing the absolute bare minimum #firstdebate— its ya girl (@uglyintern) September 13, 2019\n#firstdebate your moderator needs to get control. We don’t want to see what happens in the commons!!!! Get control!— Paul Kuebler (@HowlingRider) September 13, 2019\n#firstdebate moderator control debate so we don’t hear 3 people speaking at one time... enjoying the debate— Lorraine LeGrand (@LorraineL20) September 13, 2019\nThe moderator needs to do his job better! The party leaders needs to be more convincing. High school students I’ve worked with moderate and debate way better #firstdebate #canadaelection2019 🙄🙄— Jenet Dhutti-Bhopal (@JenetDB) September 13, 2019\nOk that was NOT cool with #PaulWells not so subtle dig at the leaders about #bill21. HE SHOULD BE AN UNBIASED MODERATOR 👎🏼 #firstdebate— Serena 🇨🇦🌊 (@Serena_writes) September 13, 2019\nIs the moderator afraid to let the debators actually debate #firstdebate— David Levesque (@davidlevesque) September 13, 2019\nSome viewers are so displeased about Wells's handling of Scheer that they have begun accuse him of bias:\nScheer is interrupting everyone and the moderator does nothing. No wonder Justin didn't want to attend. BIAS.#elxn43 #cdnpoli #firstdebate— Mike Webster (@chemclass) September 13, 2019\nScheer is interrupting everyone and the moderator does nothing. No wonder Justin didn't want to attend. BIAS.#elxn43 #cdnpoli #firstdebate\n— Mike Webster (@chemclass) September 13, 2019\nIs Paul Wells purposefully being a bad moderator to help Liberals?#FirstDebate— Phillip Roh (@TOproh) September 13, 2019\nDespite the social media backlash, Wells's, a senior writer for Maclean's is scheduled to moderate the entire two-hour debate. So, there's no real chance of getting a last-minute swap out. Sorry folks.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.