Liberals and Conservatives throw mud at each other in third week of campaign


Conservative leader Erin O’Toole’s party began the day by questioning tax arrears raised by Liberal candidate Steven Ginbot during a parliamentary ethics filing. Gilbert also criticized the Twitter posts of dozens of candidates who refused to accept climate change.
Speaking in Granby, Quebec, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau said O’Toole should take the reins of his party’s generation of candidates before throwing mud at Liberal candidates. 

Liberals and Conservatives throw mud at each other in third week of campaign

Ottawa, Liberals and Conservatives have attacked each other this morning, sharply condemning each other.
Conservative leader Erin O’Toole’s party began the day by questioning tax arrears raised by Liberal candidate Steven Ginbot during a parliamentary ethics filing. Gilbert also criticized the Twitter posts of dozens of candidates who refused to accept climate change.
Speaking in Granby, Quebec, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau said O’Toole should take the reins of his party’s generation of candidates before throwing mud at Liberal candidates. 

Trudeau also spoke of plans to restore Canada’s largest lakes and river systems.
In Ottawa, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh promised to spend more on the Canada Revenue Agency and crack down on money launderers. Meanwhile, Conservative leader Erin O’Toole decided to stay in the Greater Toronto Area today. He started the day at Dog Century in King City, Ontario and will meet his supporters in Markham today.

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