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Jagmeet Singh Said It's 'Tough' To Say Who Is Worse Between Trudeau & O'Toole

"Let me tell you, you're not stuck with these two," the NDP leader said.

Jagmeet Singh Said It's 'Tough' To Say Who Is Worse Between Trudeau & O'Toole

The English Federal Election debate is underway, and Jagmeet Singh has already had some sassy remarks for his fellow party leaders.

Following a heated exchange between the Liberal and Conservative leaders, Singh said: "We just heard Mr. O'Toole, Mr. Trudeau, argue about who is worse and honestly, it's a tough question to answer."

The NDP leader added: "Let me tell you, you're not stuck with these two. Better is possible."

Interrupting Trudeau while he was speaking about exceeding climate change targets, Singh said: "My friend, that makes no sense at all."

"So how is that the experts that have rated our plan on climate to be an A, have rated your plan to be an F?" Trudeau responded.

"I rate your track record an F, Mr. Trudeau," Singh shot back.

It was hardly the only barb hurled Trudeau's way during the debate. Green Leader Annamie Paul also blasted the prime minister for not being a "real feminist."

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau Was In Embarrassing Mom Mode To Wish Her Teenage Son Happy Birthday

She said her 14 year old is coming into his "big man's voice" with a few off-key notes!

Going into full-on mom mode for a special occasion, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau hilariously wished her oldest son happy birthday by talking about his changing voice.

In an Instagram post on October 18, Grégoire Trudeau shared a photo of her and her son Xavier for his 14th birthday and added an embarrassing but sweet message to the caption.

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The CRB Is Set To End This Month But The Feds Are Reportedly 'Discussing' Extensions

The deputy PM says officials are discussing what will happen to Canada's COVID-19 benefits.👇

With just days to go until the Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB) is set to end, federal officials have said they're considering what will happen next.

Speaking Thursday, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said that the prime minister and other federal officials are working alongside industry representatives and economists to determine a path forward.

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Canada Is Making Vaccination Mandatory For Federal Employees Even If They Work From Home

Exemptions can happen but they will be "exceedingly narrow," according to Justin Trudeau.

The Government of Canada's mandatory vaccination policy has come into effect for federal employees and it even applies to those who work from home.

On October 6, it was revealed that all employees in the core public administration — including those who work in federal government departments, the RCMP and the Canada Border Services Agency — must be fully vaccinated by October 29.

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The Canadian federal election was officially called as a minority victory for Justin Trudeau over two weeks ago, but one of the country's ridings has only just been formally decided.

The riding of Chateauguay-Lacolle near Montreal was finally called on Thursday, October 7, for the Liberals in a nail-biting finish that saw the winner decided by just 12 votes.

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