Trudeau, Scheer, Singh, and May Finish Campaigns In BC

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Trudeau, Scheer, Singh, May BC

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May were all in BC this weekend.

The four Prime Minister candidates were in town, separately, as their campaigns came to a close.

Here’s a look at what they up to this weekend.

Elizabeth May

The Green Party Leader stopped by Vancouver’s infamous Downtown Eastside, as well as Vancouver Island. While in BC, May also met with environmentalist David Suzuki, as well as Jody Wilson-Raybould, a candidate running in the Vancouver Granville riding who was at the center of the SNC-Lavalin scandal involving Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Jagmeet Singh

After going viral late last week with several videos on Tik-Tok, the NDP Leader attended several rallies in British Columbia, including one at the University of Victoria and one at the Vogue Theatre. This morning, Singh and his wife, Gurkiran, voted in his riding of Burnaby South.

Andrew Scheer

The Conservative Party Leader attended mass at St. Andrew’s Parish on Sunday, and also stopped by the office of Gabrielle Loren, a Conservative running in the West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea To Sky Country riding.

Justin Trudeau

The Prime Minister was in BC once again, as he often is. While here, he stopped by Port Moody, as well as Woodward’s in downtown Vancouver, before returning to Montreal to vote early Monday morning.

Trudeau, Scheer, Singh, and May, along with Yves-François Blanchet (Bloc Quebecois) and Maxime Bernier (People’s Party of Canada), are running for Canada’s top political job.

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