Andrew Scheer, Conservative leader, pinned on the issue of Abortion

The Canadian Politician – In the first French language debate held in Quebec for the upcoming federal elections, the major candidates continued to make a case for their party and candidacy. Andrew Scheer the leader of the Conservative, the main opposition party in the House of Common was mainly on the defensive and forced to clarify his position on abortion. The Ottawa-born politician who is a practicing Catholic indicated that he is a pro-life candidate, but promised not to revisit the debate on abortion. Scheer stated that Canadians can have diverse views on the contentious issue and still be able to work together for the common good of the country. This was the first debate sitting prime minister Justin Trudeau has partaken in. The candidates will are expected to debate once again next week. The federal elections are set for October 21.

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