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Liberal leadership candidates Murray, Takach and Cauchon live in the News Café today

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The Grits are coming. The Grits are coming.

Federal Liberal leadership hopefuls are descending on Manitoba in the next two weeks as they scramble to sign up voting party members prior to April leadership convention in Ottawa. And the Free Press News Café will be a stop for most of them.

- 2:00 PM, Vancouver MP Joyce Murray

- 2:30 PM, technology lawyer George Takach

- 3:30 PM, former Montreal MP and cabinet minister Martin Cauchon

On Thursday at noon, former Toronto MP Martha Hall Findlay dropped in for a live web chat. Watch a replay of her interview below.

Catch all interviews online on this page, or drop down to the café - 237 McDermot Avenue at Arthur Street - and meet the candidates in person.

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Updated on Friday, February 1, 2013 at 2:27 PM CST: updates photo

2:55 PM: updates with new photo, Livestream feed updated

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