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Scrums - November 2, 2011


Immigration Minister Jason Kenney spoke to reporters about next year's immigration target, which will remain at the same level.

Liberal leader Bob Rae commented on the government's planned immigration target.

Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver discussed the proposed $7-billion Keystone Pipeline project.

NDP interim leader Nycole Turmel responded to questions about how her party will vote on the long-gun registry bill.

NDP House Leader Joe Comartin spoke to reporters about comments made by Public Safety Minister Vic Toews on Comartin's criminal defence lawyer background.

Tim Uppal, the minister of state for democratic reform, discussed the government's bill on political financing.


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