POLITICS
02/19/2014 08:10 EST | Updated 04/21/2014 05:59 EDT

Trudeau and Liberals chart course in Montreal on Wednesdays with Kady

Federal Liberals gather in Montreal on Thursday for four days of speeches and policy debates, amid stepped up attacks from the Conservatives.

The party's first policy convention since Justin Trudeau was elected leader less than a year ago will feature speeches from some of Trudeau's hand-picked prospective candidates, including retired general Andrew Leslie, whose $72,000 taxpayer-backed moving expenses have been the subject of Conservative attacks this week.

The Liberals have already courted controversy over policy resolutions from the youth delegates on the legalization of marijuana and prostitution. How will Trudeau navigate those and other resolutions?

Kady O'Malley takes your questions and comments about Trudeau and the Liberals' next moves at 12 noon Wednesday.