UPSOT"Do not forget to vote …"Do not forget to vote.The words on the lips of Canada's party leaders and their supporters.After an exhausting, 78-day campaign, the country is now electing its new parliament...And choosing the party that will form the next government.Even if the polls have crowned Justin Trudeau the next prime minister...It's still all to play for.SOTMarc Miller, Liberal candidate in Montreal"This is a very, very tight election. People have a choice, and we're trying to offer the best choice. Of course we look at the polls - everyone looks at the polls - but the reality is very different on the ground. We really have to continue to do our work."Many Canadians believe it's time for current Prime Minister Stephen Harper to go after nine years in power.But in the run up to the election, almost one in three had yet to choose who they'd vote for.SOTSimon Larivière, Undecided voter"I'm honestly undecided. I don't really like the programme the Liberals are proposing, and I don't know if I believe in their plan or the potential success of the liberal stimulus plan."The concern on most voters' minds is reviving an economy that fell into recession this summer.To achieve this, the Conservative party is preaching balanced budgets and tight control on spending.The Liberals, on the other hand, plan to invest more than 85 billion euros on infrastructure over 10 years to create jobs.Without a majority in Parliament, the Liberals will have to deal with Thomas Mulcair's New Democratic Party.SOTAlain Gagnon, Political Scientist"We're expecting Mr Mulcair to win around 50 seats in Parliament - so he could have the balance of power. If the Liberals manage to get close to a majority, they could turn to his party, knowing their policies are very similar."The outcome is uncertain.The splitting of votes between the New Democrats and the Liberals could also allow Stephen Harper's Conservatives to win re-election.

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UPSOT"Do not forget to vote …"Do not forget to vote.The words on the lips of Canada's party leaders and their supporters.After an exhausting, 78-day campaign, the country is now electing its new parliament...And choosing the party that will form the