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Scrums - October 16, 2012


Interim Liberal Leader Bob Rae speaks to reporters about Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty's resignation, the new name for Canada's largest museum, and the report by Official Languages Commissioner Graham Fraser.

Bloc Québécois Leader Daniel Paillé also comments on the new museum name and on the commissioner's report.

NDP immigration critic Jinny Sims discusses a proposed new power that would allow Immigration Minister Jason Kenney to bar certain visitors to Canada.

NDP environment critic Megan Leslie comments on the Conservative government's position regarding a carbon tax.

NDP fisheries critic Robert Chisholm speaks about the lack of government support for the fishing industry in Atlantic Canada.


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