Conservatives enter 40-day federal campaign flush with cash, focused on Quebec - 2019-09-11

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F182.png Conservatives enter 40-day federal campaign flush with cash, focused on Quebec September 11, 2019, John Paul Tasker, CBC News

Conservatives are determined to make Justin Trudeau a one-term prime minister as they look to send their leader, Andrew Scheer, from the opposition benches to the seat of government.

The party, which has outstripped its rivals' fundraising efforts by millions of dollars, already has begun blanketing the airwaves with TV ads trying to familiarize Canadians with Scheer.

In the last quarter, the Conservative Party of Canada raised more than the Liberal, New Democrat and Green parties combined. It should have enough cash on hand to spend the maximum allowable by law: $28.1 million for the national campaign.

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