go. -- justin trudeau. [applause] david: there is little surprise this election is about the economy. all parties i think an agreement that. with the country struggling to find its economic moshe, we have took questions for the leaders this evening. the first half deals with six topics -- jobs, energy and the environment,nfrastructure, immigration, housing, and -- taxation. each area will begin with a question from me to one of the three leaders with a follow-up question to that same leader. i will then push the question to a second leader for a quick answer before an open for debate. none of the three leaders has advanced knowledge of the question. only the broad things. the order of speaking in the positions on the stage randomly drawn party representatives. --t is the house cutie housekeeping. let's begin. the reason we are here tonight is to come to grips with this country's challenges. the first question goes to you, mr. harper, and the question is on jobs. candidate is facing structural rather than cyclical change, do you have a job's plan for industry beyond taking things out
earlier that richard 1972 posted justin trudeau. 43 years later, he is now the prime minister. any idea that nixon had such powers of forecasting and prediction. host: who is justin trudeau and explain his rise to power. guest: he is an icon in the canadian landscape. his father was a trudeau, canada's longest-serving prime minister. he was a game changer for canada, ushering canada into a ,oderate internationalists cool, trendy world in the 1960's. he had a wife who was dancing at studio 54 with the rolling stones. she was 30 years his junior. he was really a remarkable character. justin trudeau grew up in front of our eyes. his first home was the prime minister's residence and canada. so we watched this young man grow up. we thought it was interesting. thing. carter type of he disappeared from view only to return in 2000 to really catch attention. host: pierre trudeau serving as prime minister in the 1960's and 1970's. many refer to him as canada's john kennedy. guest: there are definitely parallels. canada does not do the legacy families. we don't have the bushes, the kennedys.
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