If there had been a soundtrack to Thursday's federal election debate, a very loud record-needle scratch would have followed Stephen Harper's use of the phrase "old-stock Canadians."
The Conservative leader was defending his government's policy of ensuring "bogus" refugee complainants don't receive better health care than Canadian citizens.
It's a strategy that new and "existing and old-stock Canadians agree with," Harper said at the Globe and Mail economic debate.
Perhaps there's no such thing, and we are all #JustCanadian.
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