The Conservatives have named 277 candidates, followed by 217 named to the People's Party of Canada, and 197 for the Liberal Party.
Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives lead in candidate nominations, followed by his former leadership competitor Maxime Bernier’s People's Party of Canada, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals.
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Five months out from the federal election, the Conservative Party has the most candidates named, its 277 nominees far ahead of the governing Liberals’ 197 candidates, according to the latest numbers from their parties.
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