(Clockwise from top left) Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Liberal Party of Canada; Leader of the Official Opposition Andrew Scheer, Conservative Party of Canada; Leader Jagmeet Singh, New Democratic Party of Canada; Leader Elizabeth May, Green Party of Canada

We asked Canada’s federal party leaders about hunting and fishing issues. Here’s what they said

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Where do our major federal political parties stand when it comes to issues affecting fishing and hunting? With Canadians soon heading to the ballot box, we asked the leaders themselves to find out

(Clockwise from top left) Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Liberal Party of Canada; Leader of the Official Opposition Andrew Scheer, Conservative Party of Canada; Leader Jagmeet Singh, New Democratic Party of Canada; Leader Elizabeth May, Green Party of Canada

Who will you cast your vote for in the upcoming federal election? If you’re still undecided, we’re here to help you make an informed choice. To gauge their commitment to the interests of anglers and hunters, we polled the leaders of the four federal parties currently holding seats in the House of Commons. Their answers to the following eight questions were finalized in mid-July, just three months before Canadians are scheduled to go to the polls on October 21. In order to make the best use of your precious vote, we also encourage you to learn about your own local candidate’s opinions on these issues, and more. Happy casting!

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