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Scrums - November 19, 2013

Employment and Social Development Minister Jason Kenney, Justice Minister Peter MacKay, Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney, NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair, and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau speak to reporters about the Rob Ford scandal and about their position on minimum mandatory sentencing.

The opposition leaders also comment on the upcoming by-elections in the Montreal riding of Bourassa.

Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth speaks very briefly about his new motion that will focus on recognizing the "equal worth and dignity of every human being". Mulcair and Trudeau also discuss the backbencher's motion, which will be introduced this week.

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