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O'Toole clarifies gun policy, leaders talk Chinese detention of Canadians on campaign

O'Toole clarifies gun policy, leaders talk Chinese detention of Canadians on campaign

OTTAWA — Canada's party leaders entered the fourth week of the federal election campaign expressing support for the families of two men who have been detained in China for 1,000 days.
NDP aims to boost COVID-19 vaccine uptake, curb violence against healthcare workers

NDP aims to boost COVID-19 vaccine uptake, curb violence against healthcare workers

OTTAWA — An NDP government would immediately tackle the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic with a billion-dollar plan to increase vaccination rates, the party's leader said Sunday.

Where the federal party leaders are on Sunday, Sept. 5

The main national party leaders' scheduled public appearances for Sunday, Sept. 5 All times are local. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau Markham, Ont. 10:30 a.m. -- Makes announcement, holds media availability.
Federal parties scrap over guns, COVID-19 response on Day 21 of federal campaign

Federal parties scrap over guns, COVID-19 response on Day 21 of federal campaign

The three main federal parties traded fire Saturday over their responses to gun violence and to the resurgence of COVID-19 on Day 21 of the federal election campaign.
Liberal candidate Raj Saini no longer running due to harassment allegations

Liberal candidate Raj Saini no longer running due to harassment allegations

KITCHENER, Ont. — A Liberal candidate facing allegations he harassed a female staff member is no longer running in in the southern Ontario riding of Kitchener Centre.
NDP's Singh promises dental care coverage for families earning less than $90,000

NDP's Singh promises dental care coverage for families earning less than $90,000

ST. JOHN'S, N.L.
Look to Conservative platform to 'fill in the blanks' on gun policy: O'Toole

Look to Conservative platform to 'fill in the blanks' on gun policy: O'Toole

COQUITLAM, B.C.
Maxime Bernier says he and his People's Party of Canada are here to stay

Maxime Bernier says he and his People's Party of Canada are here to stay

MONTREAL — When Maxime Bernier was arrested for violating Manitoba's public health orders after attending a rally against COVID measures in June, the leader of the People's Party of Canada was asked if he was carrying any weapons.
Five things to know about the People's Party of Canada's platform

Five things to know about the People's Party of Canada's platform

Maxime Bernier, leader of the People's Party of Canada, is campaigning on a platform that is mostly the same as the one his party put forward in 2019, with some updates to reflect the COVID-19 pandemic and the current legislative and fiscal context.
Where the federal party leaders are on Saturday, Sept. 4

Where the federal party leaders are on Saturday, Sept. 4

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau Ottawa Private. —— Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole Coquitlam, B.C. 10 a.m. -- Makes an announcement and holds a media availability. Cypress Room, Executive Plaza Hotel Metro Vancouver, 405 North Rd. Nanaimo, B.C. 7 p.m.