Conservative Leader Stephen Harper waves at a campaign event at the J.P. Bowman tool and die company in Brantford

TIMELINE: Key moments of the federal election campaign

From the economy and debates to niqabs and protest songs, we recap the election issues and antics with this interactive timeline



Navigate our interactive timeline above for highlights, with videos, from the federal election campaign. (Mobile device users click here.)

For more Black Press coverage of some of the issues during the campaign, follow the links below:

Economic slump dominates campaign

Politicians pitch to parents

Housing promises target owners, renters

Tories rally business allies against NDP win

Battle over pensions, pay stubs

NDP won’t be guided by Leap Manifesto

Conservatives pledge single seniors tax credit

Tories talk tough on crime, justice

Leaders spar on economy

Marijuana reform at stake

Military policy a battleground

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