When Prime Minister Stephen Harper pulled out of the consortium-controlled televised debates, it was a bit of a shocker. But then it got exciting. His move forced new approaches and created new options. However, now that all five televised debates have happened, it’s also been a lost opportunity. Of all the debates, including Maclean’s, The Globe and Mail’s, the broadcast consortium organized first French-language debate, the Munk Debate on Canada’s foreign policy and the second French language debate,
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