Federal parties don’t like to share their strategic thinking, but passing the midpoint of a campaign is a good opportunity to assess one strategy they cannot hide: where the leaders choose to campaign.Some travel by the leaders is predictable. While there isn’t enough time to visit 338 ridings in the span of 40 days, there is time to drop in on all 10 provinces. It’s a bit of a courtesy call in places where a particular party has little chance of winning seats, but it’s necessary so as not to offend one entire province.READ MORE: Four federal party leaders to face off during French language debateLiberal Leader Justin Trudeau and Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer have taken care of that piece of business already — each has been to all 10 provinces in the first three weeks of the campaign. Story continues below advertisement Jagmeet Singh made a point of going to New Brunswick once the race had started, a province he had not managed to visit in the two years since he had become the NDP leader. That may say something about the New Democrats’ chances in New Brunswick.A leader’s itinerary can tell you a lot about the party’s strengths… Read full this story
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