The one on one format of the debates also led to torqued exchanges such as when Legault challenged Liberal leader Philippe Couillard over a statement he made earlier in the day that it was possible for a single parent could feed two teenagers on $75 a week -- although the food quality and choices would be limited.
While Francois Legault stepped off the campaign trail Wednesday to prepare for a French debate the following day, CAQ candidates affirmed their unwavering confidence in their leader - who they admit has encountered a few challenges in the last two days.
Francois Legault tried to divert attention from his immigration policies Tuesday, as a report from a research institute undercut his campaign rhetoric on newcomers and two new polls placed his Coalition Avenir Quebec in a virtual tie with the Liberals.
With the fear of a referendum on Quebec's independence off the table, the first-ever televised English-language debate among political leaders created interesting discussions on other policies that concern voters.
Quebec's four would-be premiers sparred in their second language on Monday, making pitches in choppy English to the anglophone community in the province's first-ever televised English-language debate.