From The CBC:
Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion is taking his federal election campaign to his stomping grounds in Montreal to build support in key ridings in a province where the party is struggling.
A poll released Monday suggests the Liberals trailing the Conservatives and the Bloc Québécois in Quebec by a significant margin.
The Segma poll, published in La Presse, reports the Liberals at 17 per cent of the total vote, down from 21 per cent in the 2006 election, with the Bloc Québécois at 35 per cent of the vote, edging out the Conservatives, at 30 per cent.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Stephen Harper is out west on Monday, beginning with a Conservative event scheduled at a private home in Richmond, B.C., before travelling to Regina.
Also, NDP Leader Jack Layton is speaking at the tarsands of Slave River Lookout in the Northwest Territories on Monday before heading to Vancouver for an afternoon event at the Italian Cultural Centre.
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