The federal opposition parties are already off and running as each leader aims to jump the gun on an election race expected to kick off in the coming days.
On Wednesday in Waterloo, Ont., he laid out his plan to spur innovation by cutting the income tax rate in half on new patented technologies developed in Canada, which followed a pledge Monday to connect every Canadian with high-speed internet by 2025.
Singh plans to unfurl a blueprint this morning of New Democrat priorities that stresses jobs, health care and the environment.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has also been jetting across Canada in recent weeks as he and his cabinet sign child-care funding deals with more than half the country's premiers and make a flurry of funding announcements.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Aug. 12, 2021.