The Conservatives, NDP and Greens return to their national tours today after an evening spent sparring in Toronto, while Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau picks up his campaign in Quebec.
Trudeau is scheduled to make two stops in the province before ending with a rally in his Montreal hometown.
Green Leader Elizabeth May is also heading back to family — joining her new husband, and fellow candidate, John Kidder for an event in the B.C. riding where he's seeking a seat. Kidder is running in Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon, a riding that sprawls in a vast crescent northeast of Vancouver.
And it's back into the NDP family fold for leader Jagmeet Singh as well, who campaigns in Toronto before ending the day with a pizza party at the home of Olivia Chow, the former NDP MP and widow of the party's beloved former leader Jack Layton.
Singh is promising an announcement on "telecom" — the NDP have promised to bring in policies to lower the costs of cellphone service — in the morning. He's also to give a lunchtime speech to the Canadian Club.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is also campaigning in and around Toronto, making an announcement at a Mississauga bus garage in the morning, then visiting a pool hall and campaigning alongside Tory candidates in Etobicoke and Brampton.
The Toronto suburbs, within the city and in the "905" belt around it, are among the hottest battlegrounds this campaign, with lots of potential flips between the Liberals and the Conservatives. The New Democrats see opportunities, too, especially in Singh's former hometown of Brampton.
People's Party Leader Maxime Bernier will campaign on his own home turf in Quebec's Beauce region, including a photo op as he submits his nomination papers to Elections Canada.
Scheer, May and Singh crossed swords for the first official debate of the campaign last night, while Trudeau instead attended an event in Edmonton.