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Scrums - October 4, 2011

Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird spoke to reporters about Canada's new sanctions against Syria.

Interim NDP Leader Nycole Turmel and Liberal Leader Bob Rae responded to questions about Montreal's Champlain Bridge and the Conservative's legislation to end taxpayer-funded subsidies for federal political parties.

Liberal critic Denis Coderre (Transport, Infrastructure and Communities) also discussed the Champlain Bridge. The federal government is expected to make an announcement tomorrow on the construction or rebuilding of Canada's busiest bridge.

NDP Environment critic Megan Leslie reacted to the latest report by Environment and Sustainable Development Commissioner Scott Vaughan.

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