OTTAWA — The Liberal leadership race has been a genteel affair so far, but Marc Garneau has changed tracks, taking the fight directly to front-runner Justin Trudeau.
Garneau has accused Trudeau of failing to detail what he stands for and where he would take the party if he wins the top job.
“As Liberals, we cannot wait until after the leadership race is over to find out what we signed up for,” Garneau said Wednesday.
“That is like asking Canadians to buy a new car without first test-driving it.”
The astronaut-turned-politician says he’s laid out his plans and wants Trudeau to do the same.
Garneau said he has outlined his views on the knowledge economy, trade, telecommunications, Western Canada, electoral reform, and student debt and youth employment.
“This is not the case with Justin,” he said. “He has told Canadians that we need a ‘bold’ plan and a…
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