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NDP Leader Jack Layton addresses supporters during a campaign stop in downtown Montreal.

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NDP Leader Jack Layton begins the day in Saint John, where he will hold a mid-morning campaign event. In the early evening he arrives back in the Ottawa area. The party will hold a rally in Gatineau, an area of Quebec where Mr. Layton hopes the rising interest in the NDP will translate into two more seats for his caucus.

Conservative Leader Stephen Harper attends a morning event in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., before flying to Windsor, Ont.

Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff begins the day in Thunder bay, Ont., and then heads west to Vancouver.

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Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe attends speech by former Quebec premier Jacques Parizeau in Longueuil, Que.

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