Trudeau's campaign at Maritimes as Scheer fights for places in Quebec
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau will attack New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on Tuesday, while his conservative rival Andrew Scheer will do the same in Quebec.
The difference is that Trudeau spends his time on the liberation party, which the Liberal Party hopes to hold in the federal elections on October 21, and Scheer hits areas that the Conservatives hope to pick up.
He is in Fredericton and Riverview, N.B., before moving to Cumberland-Colchester, Masstown, New Glasgow and Halifax, where he ends the day with a rally.
Scheer Day begins in Quebec City, where he plans to add another element to his plan in the first 100 days, when the Conservatives form a government, and then visit Trois-Rivieres and La Prairie, a Montreal suburb - two Liberal and New Democrat seats.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, whose party has risen in recent polls, campaigns in Toronto and the Green Party's Elizabeth May, are talking about green tax plans in Kamloops, B.C.