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FREDERICTON, New Brunswick (Reuters) - Canada's ruling Conservatives, trailing the opposition Liberals ahead of Monday's election, spent the last few campaign days mostly on the defensive, shoring up support in electoral districts they won four years ago.
NEWMARKET/TORONTO, Ontario (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his team on Sunday urged Conservative supporters to get out the vote as polls showed Liberal rival Justin Trudeau holding a firm lead one day before the country's fiercely fought election.
VANCOUVER (Reuters) - The Green Party, which is in fifth place behind the separatist Bloc Quebecois in Canada's closely fought election, is banking on its rivals' promises of electoral reform to help boost its showings in future elections.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, battling for votes in the crucial suburbs of Toronto just two days before a tight election, rallied supporters on Saturday at a raucous event promoted by controversial former Toronto mayor Rob Ford.
TORONTO/HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (Reuters) - Canada's political leaders began their final weekend dashes on Saturday before voters decide on Monday whether to grant Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper a rare fourth consecutive mandate after a long and hard-fought campaign.
VANCOUVER (Reuters) - Organizers of two key strategic voting campaigns in Canada are throwing most of their support to the centre-left Liberals, who lead the ruling Conservatives in polls and may also benefit from a bandwagon effect in the final days of the tight campaign.
LAVAL, Quebec (Reuters) - Danielle Sarkisian jumped up and down on the chair she was standing on at the Village Grec restaurant as if she were 13, not 63, and squeaked: "I don't want to wash my hand."
MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canadian election front runner Justin Trudeau defended the ethics of his Liberal team on Thursday after his campaign co-chair was forced to resign over controversial advice to an energy company on how to lobby a Liberal government.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Wednesday defended an election ad that claimed his main rival wanted to set up brothels - the latest in a series of hard-hitting commercials that have marked the campaign.