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Scrums - April 25, 2013


NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair reacts to Prime Minister Stephen Harper's "sociology" comments regarding the root causes of terrorism, as well as to Natural Resource Minister Joe Oliver's dismissal of a leading scientist's claims about the negative effects of oilsands development.

Conservative MPs John Duncan, Leon Benoit, Stephen Woodworth, and Brent Rathgeber, Mulcair, Liberal MP Bob Rae and Bloc Québécois Leader Daniel Paillé speak to reporters about the effectiveness of the Conservatives' attack ads against Justin Trudeau.

Parliamentary Secretary Deepak Obhrai, NDP foreign affairs critic Paul Dewar and Rae comment on Syria's alleged use of chemical weapons.

NDP justice critic Françoise Boivin discusses her concerns with a Conservative private member's bill on parole eligibility.





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