Skip to main content

The Globe and Mail

On the campaign trail: The daily photo recap

The party leaders: Where they went and what they said on Tuesday, April 19

1 of 2

Tory leader Stephen Harper peers through a PET (Positron emission tomography) scanner during a campaign stop at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre in Thunder Bay, Ont., on Tuesday.

Frank Gunn/CP

2 of 2

Green Party leader Elizabeth May on Tuesday became the first federal party leader to make a campaign stop in Calgary, where she said other party leaders shouldn't take the election outcome in Alberta and Calgary for granted. Ms. May hung out at Stephen Avenue Mall, surrounded by green-shirted supporters, playing road hockey and talking to voters. She said the Green party is set to make substantial gains in Alberta because the province is being forgotten on the national stage and her party has a family-oriented platform.

TODD KOROL/Reuters

Report an error
Combined Shape Created with Sketch.

Combined Shape Created with Sketch.

Thank you!

You are now subscribed to the newsletter at

You can unsubscribe from this newsletter or Globe promotions at any time by clicking the link at the bottom of the newsletter, or by emailing us at privacy@globeandmail.com.