In the battlefield districts, what does the federal election campaign look like? A round table of stars discusses

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Guests: Hostess Althia Raj sits with Star’s Heather Scoffield, Richard Warnica, and Jeremy Nuttall

After four weeks of campaigning, the leaders of the federal party are heading for the home stretch. The polls basically put liberals and conservatives side by side at the national level. But on the ground? What is the contest really like? Today, we will delve into three battlefield tours. Heather Scoffield is the head of Star’s Ottawa office and an economics columnist. Richard Warnica is a business article writer who has joined the policy team during the campaign. And Jeremy Nuttall is a Vancouver reporter covering BC politics for The Star.

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Althia Raj is a national policy columnist for the Star in Ottawa. Follow her on Twitter: @althiaraj
From left to right, Québec bloc leader Yves-Francois Blanchet, Green Party leader Annamie Paul, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and Conservative leader Erin O'Toole participate in the leaders' debate of English language of the federal elections in Gatineau, Que., on Thursday, September 9, 2021.

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