On Thursday August 6 the National Leaders Debate will be hosted by Maclean's Magazine and City TV and Radio at 5pm Pacific time. If you don't have satellite TV and radio, the best way to see the debate is online at www.macleans.ca/debate
. This is the place with the most options for participation. The associated radio station is News 1130 in Victoria. You can listen via their website, www.news1130.com
Check out these sites in advance so you can dig right in on Thursday at 5pm!
Thursday's debate will be hosted by Maclean's political editor Paul Wells. Click here
for the trailer.
Following the debate you can tune in to CityNews: Your Vote, Your Future
, a one-hour special on OMNI Television and Macleans.ca.
For media hounds accustomed to in-depth CBC coverage, Harper's Conservatives were the only national party to reject offers from the Broadcast Consortium (CBC, Radio Canada, CTV and Shaw/Global) to televise debates coast to coast in both English and French.
The 2015 election will be covered across CBC's radio and television programming and of course on their website at www.cbc.ca