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Thursday's debate will feature Coalition Avenir Québec Leader François Legault, Parti Québecois Leader Pauline Marois, Quebec Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard and Québec Solidaire co-spokesperson Françoise David (left to right, top to bottom). The Canadian Press
Sparks will fly during tonight's Quebec election debate as leaders go head-to-head on four themes: the economy, governance, sovereignty and identity.
The leaders of the four main political parties will face off for a two-hour, French-language debate starting at 8 p.m. ET tonight.
CBC News will carry the debate live with English translation on all platforms, including:
- A live stream at cbc.ca/quebecvotes.
- A radio special on 88.5 FM from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET, hosted by CBC's Steve Rukavina.
- A television broadcast of the two-hour debate on CBC's News Network.
Participating in the debate will be Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard, Parti-Québécois Leader Pauline Marois, Coalition AvenirQuébec Leader FrançoisLegault and QuébecSolidaire co-spokesperson Françoise David.
The debate will be moderated by Radio-Canada's Anne-Marie Dussault and Sébastien Bovet.
The debate was organized by a consortium of broadcasters and will be held at the Radio-Canada studios.
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