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Scrums - October 5, 2011

NDP Finance critic Peggy Nash, Liberal Leader Bob Rae, NDP House Leader Thomas Mulcair, and Liberal House Leader Marc Garneau spoke to reporters about their concerns for the perimeter security deal between Canada and the United States.

Mulcair and Rae, along with Liberal Transport critic Denis Coderre and Nash, discussed the federal government's $5-billion plan to replace Montreal's Champlain Bridge.

Ontario MPs Eve Adams (Conservative), Olivia Chow (NDP) and Paul Calandra (Conservative) shared their perspectives on tomorrow's Ontario election.

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