Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Parliament Audio 6:15 PM ET

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Parliament Audio 6:15 PM ET

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Parliament Audio 6:15 PM ET

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P12 - (Trudeau-French-Canadians) OTTAWA. x-15s. Elizabeth May admits no new policy came out of today's meeting on francophone issues between the heads of Canada's five main federal parties. But the Green party leader says the chat between herself, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, the N-D-P's Jagmeet Singh and interim Bloc Quebecois Leader Mario Beaulieu was a useful symbolic gesture. ("..Franco-Ontarians.") (SOURCE: The Canadian Press)

TAG: Scheer requested the meeting on Monday after recent changes to francophone services announced by Ontario's Progressive Conservative government, which included cancelling plans for a French-language university.

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P11 - (Trudeau-French Canadians) OTTAWA. x-19s. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his counterparts from the four other main federal parties sat down today in what was billed as a non-partisan effort to help Canada's francophone population. …

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