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Leaders' debates usually don't move the needle much — but this election could buck that trend

The leaders of Canada's main political parties are converging near Ottawa this week to face off in what could be an unusually pivotal pair of debates.

"I think this is probably one election where the debate really does matter," said Jaskaran Sandhu, a political strategist with the public affairs firm State.

"We're in a unique circumstance, where it's a tie game by all measures and accounts, and a debate may be the deciding factor."

The Liberals and Conservatives are locked in a virtual dead heat in national polls — CBC's Poll Tracker has the Conservatives with a slight edge in overall support, but slightly favours the Liberals to win more seats — which has normally skeptical observers saying this week's debates could in fact alter the course of the election.

"When the leaders know how close it is, and they know that voters are still making up their minds, I think each debate is a live wire," said Lori Turnbull, director of School of Public Administration at Dalhousie University

The five invited leaders will first meet at 8 p.m. tonight for a French-language debate at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Que.

The leaders will meet again at the same location on Thursday at 9 p.m. ET to debate in English.

The invited leaders are:

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh
Green Party Leader Annamie Paul
Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet
The participants were determined by the The Leaders' Debates Commission, a non-partisan and independent organization responsible for organizing federal leaders' debates.

People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier was not invited by the commission because it determined his party did not have the required national support of at least four per cent, five days after the date of the election call.

CBC's Poll Tracker now has the PPC at 4.8 per cent support in national polls, higher than the Greens, who are at 3.4 per cent.
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On Sept. 9, five federal party leaders face off in an English-language debate, from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET.

The same leaders participate in a French-language debate the previous day, Sept. 8, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET.


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How to watch or listen

The debates are produced and distributed by the media outlets that make up the Debate Broadcast Group (CBC News and Radio-Canada, APTN News, CTV News, Global News, L'actualité, Les coops de l'information, Le Devoir, Noovo Info and La Presse), with additional distribution from other partners.

French debate, Sept. 8

The French-language debate will be available in the following languages and formats. We will update this page with links as they become available:

English debate, Sept. 9

The English debate will run from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. EDT and will be streamed live on various CBC and social platforms. We will update this page with links as they become available:

Visit the CBC News app for iOS and Android, or cbcnews.ca to follow the debate live, with live video of the event itself.

To reach the broadest cross-section of Canadians, the debates will also be simultaneously translated and available in the following languages and video formats. Follow the links below to watch:

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