Campaign promises from the federal parties
Voters go to the polls on Oct. 19 after the longest campaign in recent history
It's been a long federal election campaign, with several weeks remaining for the party leaders to continue selling their plans to Canadians before the Oct. 19 vote.
Here are links to complete lists of the commitments made by the leaders of the five federal parties so far.
- Read the parties' full platforms
- Compare the parties' platforms and election promises
- Vote Compass | Find out where you stand on the issues
Be sure to check back as the campaign continues, as the lists will be updated right up until election day.
Stephen Harper has focused heavily on what he calls his party's "low tax, balanced budget" plan to keep the economy on track.
Tom Mulcair has promised to balance the federal budget in the first year of a New Democratic mandate while investing billions in infrastructure.
Justin Trudeau has said a Liberal government would run three consecutive deficits of up to $10 billion to invest in infrastructure projects.
Elizabeth May was the first of the leaders to release her party's full election platform, which placed heavy emphasis on providing affordable housing investing in green technologies.
Gilles Duceppe is fighting to regain seats his party lost to the NDP during the 2011 federal election.