The fluctuating world markets will no doubt bring out economic posturing from the candidates on the campaign trail today.
The three major candidates go head on in Ontario, Wednesday.
PM Stephen Harper will campaign in Lancaster, just east of Cornwall, visiting a riding that the Conservatives won by a large margin in 2011.
It’s expected that the Conservative leader will maintain focus on his economic plan involving a balanced budget, low taxes, and affordable investments to counteract the volatility seen on the world markets.
NDP leader Tom Mulcair will visit a high-tech company in London, and get coffee in Stratford.
While Liberal leader Justin Trudeau sets foot in the offices of an educational supply company in Newmarket.