Elections Operation Centre 2015

Category: Leader Tracker


Where the Leaders Were This Week

By Vanessa King · October 2, 2015 Stephen Harper – The Conservative leader only had a handful of stops this week as he prepared for the Munk Debate and filmed campaign ads. He made appearances in Vaughan and Quebec City.

Week 4: Where the Leaders Were

By Vanessa King · September 4, 2015 Stephen Harper – On Monday, the Conservative leader showed off his famously dry humour at a Tim Hortons, where he joked, “Just don’t let me handle the cash.” This foreshadowed the rest of his week, which was spent fending off questions about Canada’s deficit. He announced a mining tax credit while in North Bay, which […]

Week 3: Where the Leaders Were

By Vanessa King · August 28, 2015   Stephen Harper The Conservative leader stuck to Ontario and Quebec this week, making several whistle-stop appearances in small towns in both provinces. While in Markham, Harper promised funding for the Foreign Credential Recognition Loans program, which provides financial support to new Canadians. Thomas Mulcair The NDP leader also travelled through Ontario and Quebec this week. Mulcair […]

Week 2: Where the Leaders Were

By Vanessa King · August 22, 2015 Stephen Harper made several policy announcements while in New Brunswick and the GTA, including a plan to add 5,000 reservists to the Canadian Armed Forces and increase adoption tax credits. He also announced a renewed commitment to the Conservative’s “Life Means Life” legislation. He was the only leader who didn’t attend Montreal Pride on Sunday. […]

Week 1: Where the Leaders Were

By Vanessa King · August 14, 2015 Harper—The Conservatives made several policy announcements of interest this week. While in Ottawa, the Conservative Leader said he would crack down on “terror tourism”, making it illegal for Canadians to travel to locations with high terrorism rates. In the new riding of Markham-Thornhill, he announced (again) he would accept 10,000 refugees from Iraq and Syria […]
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