Conservative Leader Stephen Harper's opponents quickly accused him of once again trying to whip up public safety fears among voters ahead of the Oct. 19 vote.
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Stephen Harper and Tom Mulcair both blasted Justin Trudeau for announcing a day earlier he would scrap the multibillion-dollar purchase of F-35 stealth fighters to replace the current aging fleet of CF-18s.
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.