Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is planning to stump for Sylvie Fréchette in Saint-Jérôme before he heads to Ontario for a swing through a sports complex in Essex, Ont., and a visit to Pub Fiction in Ancaster with the party's local candidates.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and wife, Jill, wave to supporters during a rally in Winnipeg on Monday. Photograph courtesy of Andrew Scheer's Twitter
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