Leaders focus on family, housing and health care

Party leaders spent their first full day on the campaign trail promising to help families — Andrew Scheer by cutting taxes on family-leave benefits, Justin Trudeau by seeking to cut house prices with a tax targeting speculators, and Jagmeet Singh by pledging to get a new hospital built in Brampton, Ont. (The Canadian Press)

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