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Canada Justin Trudeau visiting Winnipeg Saturday as campaign reaches peak

18:20  19 october  2019
18:20  19 october  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

No holiday for campaigning leaders on Thanksgiving weekend, but pace slows

  No holiday for campaigning leaders on Thanksgiving weekend, but pace slows OTTAWA — After a frenetic Friday following the final debate of the federal election campaign, the party leaders are taking the Saturday of the holiday weekend a little easier. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is making a morning announcement in Burnaby, B.C., possibly the most heavily campaigned-on place in the country since the election call in September. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau was in the Vancouver suburbs yesterday but is spending most of today flying back east, for a rally in the Toronto suburb of Mississauga. NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is firing up volunteers and doing some "mainstreeting" in swing ridings in and around Toronto.

Liberal leader and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau campaigns for the upcoming election, at the Botanical Garden Such is the suspicion that many, many Canadians assumed a genuine security scare on Saturday night was a campaign stunt Visit our community guidelines for more information.

OTTAWA — Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has a marathon day of campaigning ahead, starting early this morning near Niagara Falls, Ont., and ending with a late-night rally in Calgary after a stop in Winnipeg along the way.

Canadian Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau Canadian Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has a marathon day of campaigning ahead, starting early this morning near Niagara Falls, Ont., and ending with a late-night rally in Calgary after a stop in Winnipeg along the way.

The federal election campaign has reached a crescendo, with leaders giving it their all to try to excite their volunteers and get every last potential voter to the polls on Monday.

Trudeau's schedule includes three rallies, including one in Winnipeg.

He's scheduled to meet with supporters at 7 p.m. at the Punjab Cultural Centre located at 1770 King Edward Street.

Trudeau wears bulletproof vest after security threat delays campaign rally

  Trudeau wears bulletproof vest after security threat delays campaign rally Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau wore a bulletproof vest on stage at a campaign rally after a security threat, senior Liberal sources tell CBC News. His appearance at a crowded rally of about 2,000 supporters in Mississauga, Ont., on Saturday evening was delayed by 90 minutes and featured a much heavier security detail around Trudeau once the Liberal leader took the stage.Uniformed tactical officers wearing heavy backpacks surrounded the Liberal leader as he addressed the crowd. His wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, was initially supposed to introduce him but did not appear on stage.

Justin Trudeau 's blackface scandal is clearly still a hot-button issue as the election for Canada's Prime Minister approaches. Trudeau took a road trip Friday in Ontario to meet with voters and hold babies -- including black babies -- as he campaigns for re-election, making stops in Barrie and Whitby.

“When it comes to Justin Trudeau , he has a race to run,” Ford said. “I’m focused on governing, very simple. Just last week, tens of thousands of education workers in Ontario threatened to strike before reaching a deal with the Ford government, securing an extra C0 million to support staff jobs and

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is set to be in and around Toronto all day, with stops alongside multiple candidates before a rally in suburban Richmond Hill.

The NDP's Jagmeet Singh starts in Vancouver, talking about the hot issue of housing at a downtown news conference, and ends his day with a rally in Penticton, B.C., where MP Richard Cannings is running for re-election.

The Greens' Elizabeth May is spending her day in and around Vancouver, boosting local candidates with sign-waves and door-to-door canvasses, but she finishes with a big regional rally at Canada Place featuring environmentalist David Suzuki.

EU, Germany welcome 'continuity' on climate change with Liberal minority win .
OTTAWA — The European Union and Germany say they appreciate the "continuity" in Canadian climate change policy that will result from the federal election result. The Liberals won a minority mandate after a campaign that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau framed as a fight over protecting the planet from the existential threat of climate change. Trudeau portrayed his Conservative opponent Andrew Scheer as a climate change laggard, a charge Scheer answered as amounting to hypocrisy because the Liberals hadn't met their greenhouse-gas reduction targets.

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