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Liberals, Conservatives take aim at opposing candidates as campaign hits third week

Liberals, Conservatives take aim at opposing candidates as campaign hits third week

The partisan shots are starting to frame the third week of the federal campaign that wraps up with election day on Sept. 20.
Trudeau climate promises interrupted by angry crowd in Ontario

Trudeau climate promises interrupted by angry crowd in Ontario

Trudeau's campaign has been faltering thus far, with polls suggesting the significant lead the Liberals held earlier this year has evaporated. His campaign has been dogged by protesters at multiple stops, but the mob mentality and size of the crowds appear to have increased in recent days.
O'Toole, Singh denounce aggressive protesters dogging Trudeau campaign

O'Toole, Singh denounce aggressive protesters dogging Trudeau campaign

Questions have arisen over who is organizing and potentially funding the protesters. One man who showed up to heckle Trudeau at an event in Hamilton earlier in the week, turned up the next day at a Trudeau event in Surrey, B.C. He declined to give his name but when asked by reporters if someone was paying him to follow the leader around the country, he said, "Maybe."
Second week of campaign ends with security worry

Second week of campaign ends with security worry

Unruly protesters forced the shutdown of Liberal leader Justin Trudeau's campaign rally stop in Bolton, Ont., on Friday.
Former coach Brigitte Cecelia to run for PPC in federal election

Former coach Brigitte Cecelia to run for PPC in federal election

“I am running this time as a candidate in the federal election to represent the voice of the average Albertans, the average Canadian, and that's how I see myself,” she said.
Letter carrier Kathleen Mpulubusi enters federal race for NDP

Letter carrier Kathleen Mpulubusi enters federal race for NDP

"We want to make sure that workers and just everyday people are not left behind. We've seen, with the pandemic, a lot of issues come up within our health-care system, elder care, and with jobs."
Professor Greg Springate seeks federal seat in St. Albert-Edmonton riding

Professor Greg Springate seeks federal seat in St. Albert-Edmonton riding

Greg Springate said he is running because he feels like his background in finance could be helpful in tackling the federal debt.
Michael Cooper seeks third term in federal election

Michael Cooper seeks third term in federal election

“A Conservative government will defend Alberta's interests, including scrapping legislation that has had a real negative impact on this province.”
'Plan early' when voting Sept. 20, Elections Canada says

'Plan early' when voting Sept. 20, Elections Canada says

There is a chance polling places might be in unusual locations to facilitate COVID-19 health measures.
Trudeau calls snap election

Trudeau calls snap election

Canadians will vote on Sept. 20.