The party’s three main leaders are in eastern and central Canada on Wednesday, a day after a new poll suggested the already close race was getting even tighter.
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau began his day with a morning announcement in Halifax.
Erin O’Toole of the Conservatives is spending her day in Quebec, starting with a morning announcement at Jonquire, followed by an evening pro event in Orford.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh is in Ontario, first in Essex with a morning announcement on long-term care, then in the evening touring with supporters in several communities before attending a Twitch stream event.
On Tuesday, a poll conducted by Leger in collaboration with The Canadian Press indicated that Liberals and Tories are tied with 32 percent of certain voters’ support ahead of Monday’s election.
In a similar poll conducted two weeks ago, Conservatives were ahead with 34 percent, compared to 30 percent for liberals.
The Leger poll suggested that support for the New Democrats was at 20 percent of certain voters, down from the 24 percent of respondents to an earlier poll.