There's something refreshing about Liberal leadership candidate Martha Hall Findlay.
The former MP from Ontario is running in her second leadership contest and this time isn't pulling any punches — she's one who speaks her mind and doesn't rely on pre-conceived talking points.
In a recent interview with Yahoo! Canada News, she took exception to Joyce Murray's idea of cooperation with the other 'progressive parties' and called-out Justin Trudeau — again — for not talking policy.
Here are some excerpts from the interview:
Y! Canada: Most of us in the media are convinced that the race is over, that Justin Trudeau is going to win. Do you think you can still win the leadership?
Hall Findlay: I’m pretty sure most of you in the media were convinced that Justin was going to win 6 months ago.
So are you ready to concede that Trudeau is going to win the leadership?
Hall Findlay: Of course not. Why would I concede that?
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