Paul Hunter hops on the Go Train to the town of Ajax, Ont., where the busy lifestyle of commuting to Toronto every day to work leaves people with little time for politics, and often not enough time to vote. He meets a variety of folks on his trip, and paints a picture of voter engagement, and voter apathy, on his travels.
Mark Kelley is taking Connect on the road for this campaign, and his first stop is Halifax, where he talks to voters about the issues important to them.
Ioanna Roumeliotis seeks out marketing experts to assess how political parties are trying to make Canadians care about this campaign through their advertising.
Plus, Rex Murphy provides a list of five simple suggestions for how to increase interest in this campaign.
And while we're on the topic, why don't you share your insights?
If you're not inspired by the federal campaign yet, what would it take to engage you in this election? Let us know.