The COVID-19 outbreak has prompted the cancellation of parades across most of the country, so today will be a different kind of Labor Day on the campaign trail.
The three major party leaders are dispersed across Ontario, rather than marching alongside workers.
This morning, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau will travel to Welland, Ontario, to meet with his Toronto riding candidate Chrystia Freeland.
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole, meanwhile, is back at his Ottawa home base – a ballroom-turned-broadcast studio in a downtown hotel – after a stint in British Columbia.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is spending Labour Day in friendly territory.
He’s in the New Democrat stronghold of Hamilton-Centre to announce a plan to help workers.
Source_ The Canadian Press