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Deal b.c: Under-Used Weapon and Fear Campaign

deal b.c: Furthermore, the Coalition leader brought back a thus far under-used weapon against Couillard corruption allegations, according to Vancouver Courier. Couillard is trying to run a fear campaign, Legault said south of Montreal. Following Monday night's English-language debate in which he was attacked for wanting to expel immigrants who fail to pass a values and French-language test, Legault came out hard against Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard.article continues below Trending Stories The Geeky Hooker is coming to Vancouver... and she's bringing Deadpool Canucks sign Crown gambling giant to two-year deal B.C. truckers lose it in road rage fight4 in 5 British Columbians want handguns banned, poll finds The Liberals can't defend their record on education and health care, Legault told reporters on Day 27 of the 39-day campaign. He doesn't want to talk about the investigation into corruption in his party. Le Journal de Montreal reported in June that investigators with Quebec's anti-corruption unit had grown frustrated with the length of probes into the Liberals and lamented how arrests of former party fundraisers had been matters aren't the only issue voters should be thinking about ahead of the Oct. 1 election, Legault said. Corruption scandals have dogged Couillard's government since he won the 2014 election, primarily involving alleged misdeeds committed by the previous Liberal government under his predecessor, Jean Charest. ( As reported in the news.