THUNDER BAY – Heading into the Civic Holiday weekend, federal political leaders are busy campaigning in the unofficial writ period leading up to October’s election.
So what are Canada’s federal leaders sharing on Social Media?
Prime Minister Trudeau
We have a lot to celebrate, and so much to look forward to with the work that still lies ahead. Thank you to @Qikiqtani_Inuit and the entire Arctic Bay community for welcoming us to your feast tonight. https://t.co/F5ml33IZvX
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) August 2, 2019
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer
Justin Trudeau has embarrassed Canada on the world stage but won’t take responsibility for his poor judgement. He keeps trying to blame others. His weak leadership is hurting Canadians and damaging Canada’s international relations. https://t.co/WD76VRD1xr
— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) August 2, 2019
New Democrat Leader Jagmeet Singh
My New Deal for People asks the multi-millionaires to pay just a little bit more, so that everyday families can have things like a Canadian prescription drug program. Let’s close the gap between the very richest and the rest of us. https://t.co/ILOILjTBnF
— Jagmeet Singh (@theJagmeetSingh) August 1, 2019
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May
Delia Warren is the Director of Iron & Earth East, the Atlantic chapter of an organization made up of energy workers leading the charge for renewable energy projects. Many of these workers are former oil & gas workers. Change is possible. #GPC #MissionPossible @IRONandEARTH pic.twitter.com/QEU1huXn4z
— Elizabeth May (@ElizabethMay) August 1, 2019
People’s Party Leader Maxine Bernier
Hey New Democratic MPs.
— Maxime Bernier (@MaximeBernier) August 2, 2019