Since Prime Minister Stephen Harper's election call on Aug. 2, the governing Conservatives have been buffeted by good news-bad news economic numbers. Here's a list:
At an event in Niagara Falls, Ont., a grim-faced Mulcair stood resolutely by Shawn Dearn, whose two-year-old tweets resurfaced late Tuesday.
The Liberal leader says he has requested a meeting with Stephen Harper and Tom Mulcair to talk about what can be done to support refugees and help them come to Canada.
Trudeau will begin the day at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Que., where he is expected to react to gross domestic product data released by Statistics Canada.
At an event held at Grand Taj Banquet Hall in Surrey, Liberal Party of Canada candidates spoke to the media about the plans made by the Liberal Party for the betterment and growth on the city and the country at large.
Harper will address the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at, Canada's largest national Islamic convention, which kicks off a three-day conference in Mississauga.