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OTTAWA — The party leaders’ scheduled public appearances on Tuesday, Oct. 15. All times are local.

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau


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Community Interviews with Moose FM

8:30 a.m. — Campaign stop to talk about health care, and media availability. Studholm and Lynhaven streets.

Riverview, N.B.

Campaigning in a park with candidate Alaina Lockhart. No timing or location details provided.

Cumberland-Colchester, N.S.

Campaigning at a restaurant with candidate Lenore Zann. No timing or location details provided.

Masstown, N.S.

Campaigning at a business with candidate Lenore Zann. No timing or location details provided.


New Glasgow, N.S.

3:30 p.m. — Visit to cafe with candidate Sean Fraser. Coffee Bean Kitchen, 168 Archimedes St.

Halifax, N.S.

7 p.m. — Rally. Halifax Brewery Farmers’ Market, 312-1496 Lower Water St.


Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer

Quebec City

11 a.m. — Announcement and media availability. 100 Quai Saint-André


Campaigning with candidate Yves Levesque. No timing or location details provided.



Campaigning with candidate Mathieu Daviault. No timing or location details provided.

La Prairie

7 p.m. — Speech. Plaza Rive-Sud, 500 Golf Ave.

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh


8:45 a.m. — Greeting commuters. Broadview transit station, 769 Broadview Ave.

3 p.m. — Stop at candidate Paul Taylor’s campaign office. 2962 Dundas St. W.

Green Leader Elizabeth May

Kamloops, B.C.

1 p.m. — Announcement on tax policy. Iain Currie campaign office, 135 Victoria St.

People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier

Plans not available

The Canadian Press

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