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'Trudeaumania all over again' on Main Street Newmarket <b> (11 photos) </b>

'Trudeaumania all over again' on Main Street Newmarket (11 photos)

Hundreds of enthusiastic supporters showed up to greet Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, who made a campaign stop here in support of Newmarket-Aurora candidate Tony Van Bynen
Advance polls open today

Advance polls open today

Advanced polls are now open for the 43rd Canadian Federal Election
<b>Opinion:</b> York-Simcoe riding is changing

Opinion: York-Simcoe riding is changing

In this regular current affairs column by Bradford West Gwillimbury consultant Jonathan Scott discusses his views on the upcoming federal election for York-Simcoe
Liberal leader Trudeau in York Region tomorrow

Liberal leader Trudeau in York Region tomorrow

Justin Trudeau will kick off his day in Markham tomorrow at the WinCo Food Mart
Where do local candidates stand on cleaning up Lake Simcoe?

Where do local candidates stand on cleaning up Lake Simcoe?

Lake Simcoe Protection Plan calls for reduction of phosphorus pollution by 50 per cent to improve water quality and protect cold-water fishery
<b>CANADA:</b> How federal leaders plan to address the Indigenous suicide crisis

CANADA: How federal leaders plan to address the Indigenous suicide crisis

Many Indigenous communities have declared a state of emergency over the suicide crisis
Liberal candidate finding new ways to meet the voters

Liberal candidate finding new ways to meet the voters

Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux is running as Liberal Candidate in the federal riding of York-Simcoe
Trudeau making campaign stop in Barrie on Thursday

Trudeau making campaign stop in Barrie on Thursday

Prime minister will be at Flying Monkeys Craft Brewery tomorrow afternoon to meet with residents and area candidates
<b>CANADA:</b> Trudeau, Scheer attack premiers past and present in battle for bountiful Ontario

CANADA: Trudeau, Scheer attack premiers past and present in battle for bountiful Ontario

Trudeau fired the first shot, telling Ontario voters not to 'double down' on a Conservative government after they elected Doug Ford as premier
<b>CANADA:</b> Where the four main parties stand on immigration

CANADA: Where the four main parties stand on immigration

According to an Ipsos poll, 14 per cent of Canadians cite immigration as an important issue that will influence their voting decisions