A busy Friday morning - but not for all leaders
Another hectic news morning as both Conservative Leader Stephen Harper and New Democrat Leader Jack Layton are making early morning news from Atlantic Canada.
Harper is promising to reduce barriers to foreign investment in Canada. Layton is pledging to protect consumers against what he says are the hidden fees and price gouging by banks, cellphone providers and oil companies.
And the Liberal leader?
Well, Nothing so far.
That's because Stéphane Dion is in British Columbia — several hours behind his opponents and, according to them, several days late too late for a visit to the West Coast.
Harper and Layton made campaign stops in B.C earlier this week.
— Chris Hall
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