Reporters travelling with Conservative Leader Stephen Harper haven't seen any sign of him in the back of the plane yet. But his wife Laureen has come back twice now bearing gifts.
Tonight it was Keith's beer. The Harpers visited the historic Keith's brewery in Halifax Thursday.
Harper pulled a couple of pints while there. His wife, on the other hand, got beer for the plane.
The night before, it was chocolate-covered fruit.
After all the press corps' fights with Harper all week over the lack of questions reporters get to ask him, it's interesting he's left all attempts to woo us up to his wife, Alexander Keith and chocolate.
Hector Ducharme does not take democracy for granted. He's an undecided
voter in Winnipeg's St. Boniface riding. Last night Ducharme showed up
at the Liberal Party's town hall last night to hear Michael Ignatieff
In the past, Ducharme says he's voted Liberal, NDP and most
recently for the Conservatives. Conservative Leader Stephen Harper was
in Winnipeg earlier this week and Ducharme listened to every word he
More after the jump...
Jack Layton is promising to fight hard for more seats in Quebec.
Currently the NDP have one seat, in Outremont.
But they've picked up a star candidate in Cree politician and activist Romeo Saganash.
Saganash is very well known in Quebec, and he's running in the province's far north in Abitibi-Baie-James-Nunavik-Eeyou.
Layton's message in Montreal is focused on two enemies: The Liberal party and the Bloc. It's sort of an assumption for Layton that no Quebecker really wants to vote Conservative.
Your not-going-out-like-a-lamb highlights from today's election news, after the jump...
There's something to be said for short, direct answers. Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff doesn't give too many of them.
be fair, most politicians don't have the ability to give a straight
answer when they know it's something the public doesn't want to hear.
However one politician who has the ability to just spit it out
is Liberal candidate Ujjal Dosanjh. He did it again last night at a
town hall meeting with Ignatieff at his alma mater, Langara College.