The economy was the focus of Thursday night’s televised debate in Calgary, but political watchers say there was no clear winner.
Each tried to explain how they would move the country forward, and were then peppered with questions, and accusations of poor decision-making and lack of vision.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper talked about the road to prosperity, with his stay-the-course low-tax program and balanced budgets.
NDP leader Tom Mulcair said it was time for new leadership, with the NDP being the right choice, after the country has spent decades alternating between Liberal and Conservative governments.
And Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said the government he would lead would invest in the future, even if it means 3 straight deficit budgets.
A series of recent polls show the 3 main party leaders within a few points of each other when it comes to decided voter support.
The trio will be back on the campaign trail Friday.
Prime Minister Harper will start in Calgary before heading to Toronto.
NDP leader Tom Mulcair visits Regina, and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau stops in Montreal.