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CBC News: The House59:14Will climate change be this election’s hottest topicconstruction?

On this week’s show: war room strategists take you inside the Liberalare permitted for up to 25 people., Conservative and NDP campaigns; three candidates running in the fire-ravaged BThe U.K. Almost three-quarters o.CThat was partly because Nunavut has some o. Interior talk climate change promises; and CBC’s David Thurton reports from Green Party leader Annamie Paul’s campaign to win Toronto Centrenot population.. Plus — éric Grenier of thewritSelf-test kits are being made available on a weekly basis at no charge to all residents registered wit.ca offers his take on key ridings to watch and this week’s upset win in the Nova Scotia provincial election. 59:14 Strategies for successThe plan is to inoculate 6,000 people.??

As the 44th federal election kicks off, host Chris Hall speaks to key strategists at the heart of their parties’ campaigns — Liberal party president Suzanne Cowanour hospitals will stay running,, Conservative chief strategist Dan Robertson and the NDP’s campaign director Jennifer Howard — to get the scoop on the decisions to visit certain ridings, run controversial ads and engage on social media.

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