The House

#elxn42 - The House sits down with the leaders

The House Has just completed its series of interview with party leaders ahead of election day. You can find them all right here.
What were these political parties saying back in 2005? A new, University of Waterloo database has the answer. (Frank Gunn/Canadian Press)

The House got a chance to talk to Stephen Harper, Tom Mulcair, Justin Trudeau and Elizabeth May over the past few weeks about their various platforms.

We traveled to Calgary, Quebec City and Montreal to conduct those interviews.

Here they are.

Harper says Canadians feel 'vulnerable' on economy, but he'll stick to his path

Conservative leader Stephen Harper discusses his plan for the economy and why, despite acknowledging that Canadians feel vulnerable about the state of the economy under his leadership, his plan will not change his approach.

NDP Leader Tom Mulcair preparing for all outcomes, including a minority

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau joins us in our final federal leader interview of the campaign.

Trudeau won't commit to emissions reduction target: Canada doesn't need 'ambitious political numbers'

Elizabeth May makes limiting PMO powers key to securing her future support

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May released the 2015 election platform in Vancouver Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)