The sprint to the finish line for Monday’s Federal Election is on.
The last day of campaigning sees the candidates hitting key ridings on Sunday.
PM Stephen Harper started in Newmarket, Sunday morning, promising a “Tax Lock” if elected which would prohibit any federal income tax, sales tax or discretionary payroll tax increases.
“Tomorrow, you will choose between higher taxes under the Liberals, or lower taxes under the Conservatives.” said Harper at the rally.
Meanwhile, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau hits Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver on the final day, and the NDP’s Thomas Mulcair bounces around Toronto before heading to Montreal later in the afternoon.
Elections Canada expects huge turnouts for the election. They’re making that prediction based on the big crowds showing up for advance polls, last weekend.
Some 3.6-million people voted over four days, that’s a 71 per cent increase over the 2011 elections’ three-day total.