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Federal leaders talk environment, economy and exclusion on Day 28 of campaign

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau discussed his party's plans to address climate change Tuesday while campaigning in the North. Trudeau said the plan would include helping Indigenous communities transition from diesel to clean energy by 2030. Meanwhile, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer talked about how U.S. protectionism and running deficits negatively affect Canada's economy. And NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said he wants to win over hearts and minds of Quebecers to oppose the province's secularism law that bars many public servants from wearing religious symbols or garments at work.

The Canadian Press (wires)

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