If O’Toole does win on Sept. 20, he will wake up with a mounting pile of IOUs to people like François Legault, who will be telling him to ‘pay up.’
As Erin O’Toole often boasts of his military record, there is more than a hint of irony that a man who once defended his country would now want to give it away, writes Andrew Caddell. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
KAMOURASKA, QUE.—“I will give Quebec the powers of a nation.”
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