Somewhere between straddling a giant, flying a Canada goose and slaying a dragon, self-described serious person and patriot Wyatt Scott makes his political intentions known.
While most Canadians were carving up the Thanksgiving turkey over the weekend, many were also carving up the federal election campaign, bouncing ideas off friends and family to form a political opinion before heading to the polls on Oct. 19.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says he would tell off Russian President Vladimir Putin "directly to his face" if he becomes prime minister.
It references "the tragic story" of Allan Schoenborn, who in 2010 was found "not criminally responsible" of murder.
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