For one, the main candidate fending off the attacks will be Thomas Mulcair, not Stephen Harper.
These questions could prove awkward for the NDP leader days before the French debate.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau responded in August.
In 2001, Mulcair said: “In Quebec, the government is so omnipresent and plays in so many sandboxes at the same time that we can no longer speak of a free market."
Mulcair made the comments today in a riding across the river from Quebec City, held by Conservative Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney.
"The NDP is interesting."
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