Leaders in Ontario and BC are entering the final week of the campaign – Kimberley Daily Bulletin.

Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau waved to the media before the arrival of the English-speaking leaders in the debate, Gatineau, Queue, on Tuesday, September 7, 2021.  Canadians will vote in the September 20 federal election.  Canadian Press

Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau waved to the media on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, at the arrival of Gatineau, Queue, ahead of a discussion of English-speaking leaders. Canadians will vote in the September 20 federal election. Canadian Press / Frank Gunn.

Leaders in Ontario and BC are entering the final week of the campaign.

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau is returning to Vancouver this morning to make the announcement.

Today, the focus of the three main leaders of the Federal Party is on Ontario and British Columbia as the election campaign enters its final week.

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau is returning to Vancouver this morning to make the announcement.

Conservative leader Erin O’Toole, meanwhile, will open the day in the rural Ottawa suburb of Carp.

At the end of the day, he will be staying with Ontario and BC residents in a pair of virtual town halls at the Ottawa Hotel, which he has adopted as his headquarters during the campaign.

Meanwhile, NDP’s Jagmeet Singh will be in Northern Ontario for the second day in a row.

He will open the day in the northwestern community of Sussex Lookout before heading to Nescantaga First Nation.

– Canadian Press

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