As Canadians head to the polls on September 20, see where the party’s top leaders will be and what their plans are on election day.
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau
Trudeau will vote on his Papinu, Q-Ride in Montreal on the morning of September 20. Liberals will begin their election night program at 5 p.m.
Conservative leaders Erin and Tool
O’Toole is in Durham, Antarctica.
O’Toole cast his vote in Oshawa this morning.
NDP leader Jagmit Singh
Singh is in British Columbia today, where he will visit various campaign centers to thank the volunteers. He will be at the Vancouver Convention Center this evening to respond to the election results.
People’s Party leader Maxim Bernier
Bernier will join supporters at the Saskatoon Inn in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, on election night.
Bernier Said on Twitter On the morning of September 20 that “I thought this day was going well,” highlighted the number of his followers on social media.
Anami Paul, leader of the Green Party of Canada
Paul, who campaigned in BC and Atlantic Canada last week, returned to Toronto on Sept. 19, where he hopes to win a seat in his own riding at the Toronto Center, now in the hands of Liberal candidate Markey Law.
Paul posted on Twitter on September 20 that he was going to call voters at the Toronto Center to “get everyone out to vote.”
This News Originally From – The Epoch Times