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New Trudeau 'non-attack' ad targets Tories

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau arrives for Question Period in the House of Commons at Parliament Hill in Ottawa June 17, 2103.

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Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has released a non-attack ad attack on the federal Conservatives.

He ashes the Conservatives for using taxpayer money to buy "partisan government ads" during hockey games for "programs that don't even exist yet," referring to Economic Action Plan ads.

This is the latest ad in which Trudeau chastises the Conservatives for "mudslinging," and says he won't resort to that, all the while bashing the federal government.

Stay tuned to Sun News Network Thursday as we join the Liberal leader in Oakville, Ontario.

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