Harper takes Sunday off, while other leaders continue to campaign
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper has taken Sunday off, the only major party leader who's not on the campaign trail.
Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe, campaigning in Quebec, told reporters that the leaders' debates on Wednesday, Oct. 1 (French) and Thursday (English) will be his focus this week.
Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion attended an event with Liberal women in the morning and will be the guest on CBC Radio's Cross Country Checkup Sunday afternoon.
NDP Leader Jack Layton launched the party's official platform in Toronto Sunday afternoon.
The Green party's Elizabeth May has finished her cross-country train tour in Halifax, and is campaigning in the Nova Scotia riding of Central Nova, where she is challenging Tory incumbent Peter MacKay.