Well, the leader's tours continue.
Paul Martin today is at a BAKERY. In BROCKVILLE. Today.
Meanwhile Stephen Harper was in St. Catharines, which in the 2004 election went Liberal. 1,200 people showed up.
Keep in mind, for Canada 1,200 is considered a good crowd. 1,200 people for the leader of the Conservative Party in a Liberal seat, while the Liberals are visiting a bakery. That's embarrassing.
Meanwhile, a Quebec Liberal candidate has all but conceded his own defeat and is urging supporters of federalism in his own riding to vote Conservative in an attempt to stop the Bloc. Not exactly a sign that the Liberals have the momentum right now.