In the tight two-party race we are currently witnessing nationally, strong local campaigns can make all the difference between winning and losing dozens of seats.
Justin Trudeau's, left, Liberals and Erin O'Toole's Conservative have the strongest organizations overall, but both continue to have significant regional gaps, writes Pierre Cyr. Jagmeet Singh's NDP has resorted to TikTok and food trucks to create buzz and distract Canadians from an obvious truth—many of their ground campaigns are but a name on a ballot.
The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
No matter what stop of the campaign trail our party leaders are on, important local and regional issues have been missing from political platforms and newspaper headlines this year.
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