The party leaders: Where they went and what they said on Friday, April 29
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper and his wife Laureen watch television coverage of the royal wedding at their Montreal hotel, Friday April 29, 2011. Appearing at a community centre Friday, Mr. Harper warned about possible economic damage that might result from an NDP-led "coalition."
(Adrian Wyld / Canadian Press)
Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff responds to a question during a news conference at a Native Friendship Centre in Val d'Or, Que, Friday April 29, 2011. Mr. Ignatieff told reporters that the game isn't over yet and that he can bring undecided voters into the Liberal tent.
(Paul Chiasson / Canadian Press)
Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe talks to supporters in Gatineau, Quebec, Friday April 29, 2011. Mr. Duceppe brushed off former party supporters who are now turning to the NDP, saying they are 'wrong' to believe in Jack Layton's version of social-democratic values.
(FRED CHARTRAND/Fred Chartrand / Canadian Press)
NDP Leader Jack Layton greets supporters at a campaign event in Kamloops, B.C., Friday April 29, 2011. Mr. Layton dismissed suggestions that he would not be able to work with the business community, and pledged to work in 'a stable and predictable fashion' with business.
(Andrew Vaughan / Canadian Press)