Annamie Paul scored points against incumbent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday night's debate, pointing out his less-than-stellar track record on what he himself called "caucus management".
Paul is the leader of Canada's Green Party, and the pair were debating last night, when she named a series of women she and others feel have been wronged and mistreated by the Trudeau administration over the years.
"I have said before, and I will say again tonight that I do not believe that Mr. Trudeau is a real feminist."
"A feminist doesn't continue to push strong women out of his party when they are just seeking to serve, and I will say their names to night and thank them."
"I believe that if there were more women on this platform tonight, and on previous years, we would have better laws in our military, we would have childcare at this point. We would have many of things that we need."
"I am the only woman other than Elizabeth May to be in this platform in the last 18 years. The Liberal party has never had a woman [candidate]."
"I think, Ms. Paul, that you'll understand that I won't take lessons on caucus management from you."
"I think what we need to focus on is that, our first woman Finance Minister has moved forward," continues Trudeau, obviously flustered, at which point the moderator calls time on him.