Day 24: Slow Friday

October 17, 2009

L. Ian Macdonald says Montmagny-L’Islet-Kamouraska-Rivière-du-Loup could turn out to be a tight Bloc-Tory race.  Meanwhile Bloc candidate Nancy Gagnon is taking a swing at the Conservatives for ignoring forestry.  NDP candidate François Lapointe got some coverage from his visit from Jack Layton.

NDP candidate in Hochelaga Jean-Claude Rocheleau protested against poverty today as part of the Stand Against Poverty campaign.

Green leader Elizabeth May now says she would have run in the Nova Scotia by-election if it had been called earlier.  Instead they got Jason Blanch.

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