The leader makes the final pitch for voting


The leader was in a hurry again on Sunday and made their last effort to attract voters before the Canadians went to polls on Monday.

Liberal Party

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau will hold several face-to-face and virtual press conferences throughout the day for supporters in Alberta, Atlantic Canada, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec. Did.

Trudeau’s main focus on the final day of the campaign was to call on progressive voters to choose him and his Liberal Party over other leftist candidates.

“This is the moment of the campaign when people all over the country are wondering how to vote as a progressive. To be honest, there are many progressive parties out there, like Stephen Trudeau. Those who want to stop Erin O’Toole know that the Liberal Party is the only party that can stop Mr. O’Toole, “Trudeau said.The campaign will stop at Vaughan, Ontario

Trudeau also criticized Conservative leader Erin O’Toole for climate policy and for not promoting compulsory COVID-19 vaccination.

Conservative party

Stop by the campaign Markham, OntarioOn September 19, Outur reiterated its promise to promote the party platform and address issues such as job creation, corruption, mental health, domestic vaccine development, and affordability.

“The most important thing I’ve learned is when you have a mission, when you need to put a team together to accomplish that mission, you need a mission plan, you have a plan in Canada, a recovery plan.” He said. Said.

O’Toole also promised to “clean up the turmoil of Ottawa’s corruption with accountability and transparency legislation,” and “because it has the most corrupt government in history, it’s the toughest anti-corruption law in history.” Added that it is necessary. .. “

Conservative leaders said they would prepare for a future crisis by building domestic capacity in the development of vaccines and medical devices.

Outur also criticized Trudeau for his government’s wasted spending and increased debt, promising that the conservative government would “balance the budget of our children, or our grandchildren.”


NDP leader Jagmate Singh campaigned in British Columbia on September 19, starting the day at a press conference in Burnaby, then stopping at Sally, Maple Ridge, and Tricity’s to Burnaby North Seymour in the evening. came back.

At a press conference BurnabyMr Shin said many supporters of the Liberal Party have switched to NDP. This is due to the failure of Trudeau’s policies to address the affordable housing crisis and environmental problems.

“Many people who voted for the Liberal Party are saying they’re going to switch and vote for the Democratic Party,” Shin said.

“In British Columbia, especially in Lower Mainland, the housing crisis is so severe that people can’t find enough places and homes to fit their budget, and when Trudeau promised. [deal with] There is no housing crisis, young people are suffering, young people are paying, they can’t find what’s within their budget, they can find a place they can imagine owning No, they can’t even find an affordable place to rent. And the fact that those promises are broken means that people will pay a price, “he said.

When asked how to define “success” on election day, Mr. Shin’s purpose is to be elected prime minister, but if the election results are different. He said he would not consider his campaign a failure.


At a rally in Westrock, Ontario, Canadian People’s Party leader Maxime Bernier told supporters on September 19 that he would continue to serve as the “true opposition” of the opposition after the election.

“As the only true opponents, we oppose everything that goes against the Charter of Rights and work for Canadians. For the sovereignty of our country, we do it every day.” Said Bernier.

“We know that our way of life is at stake and we are rapidly losing our country.”

Green party

The Greens leader, Anamy Paul, was in Toronto on September 18th to assist local candidates. Paul spoke at a climate rally in Allan Gardens and later attended an AIDS walk at Barbara Hall Park.

Andrew Chen


Andrew is a Toronto-based reporter.