Elections Canada says turnout for advance polls were up compared to the last Federal Election.
Numbers from Friday, were up an estimated 26 per cent with about 850,000 said to have taken part.
The bulk of voters will cast their ballot on Tuesday, October 19th, the official election day.
Sunday saw a light campaign schedule. However, Conservative Stephen Harper after some photo ops in southern Ontario, did have time in a phone interview to downplay the Liberals financial plan for Canadians.
“The Liberal Party is proposing levels of new spending 25 times our (Conservative) levels.” said Harper. “I think when they (Canadians) take a look at their best interests, the interests of the economy, they’ll opt for an economic plan that has kept us moving through hard times.”
Meanwhile, N-D-P Leader Tom Mulcair campaigned on the west coast with a stop in Nanaimo on Vancouver Island, promising to renegotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership, cancel the Keystone X-L pipeline and the anti-terror Bill, C-51, should the NDP be elected.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau took the day off after a Saturday visit to Nunavut.