How to shape and watch Thursday’s Globe and Mail leaders’ debate

By Ian Capstick · September 14, 2015

Plan to participate in the Globe and Mail Federal Leaders’ Debate on Thursday, September 17, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM (EST).

Live from Stampede Park in Calgary, Globe and Mail editor-in-chief David Walmsley (@WalmsleyGlobe) will moderate the debate. Political reporter Jane Taber (@JaneTaber1) will lead a panel before and after the debate.

Help shape the debate

If you haven’t already, use the online form to submit a question and then get public support by interacting with the Globe on Facebook (facebook.com/globepolitics) and Twitter (@globepolitics) by using #GlobeDebate.

How to watch it

  • MediaStyle is hosting a watch party with a panel before and after the debate. Doors at 7:00 pm, panel at 7:30 pm and debate watching until 10:00 pm.
  • Outside of Ottawa or not able to visit MediaStyle? Viewers can livestream the debate on globeandmail.com and on YouTube through the Globe’s channel and the YouTube Canada Election 2015 Hub. CPAC TV will also broadcast the debate in French and English.
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