Photographs and videos posted on social media show a scraped or dented wing of the plane Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was supposedly riding on.
He's to visit Rideau Hall at 10 a.m. local time to ask Gov. Gen. Julie Payette to dissolve Parliament.
Asked what his government is hiding, Trudeau says his office gave the largest waiver of cabinet confidences in Canadian history but added anything more.
Eventually, someone said, "En français?" which is what TV and radio journalists in the Parliamentary Press Gallery say when they need a French version of an English comment.
The nearby Vancouver Granville district will be a race to watch as former Liberal Jody Wilson-Raybould attempts to keep her seat as an independent.
The abortion issue has been getting renewed attention ahead of the October election, which could be one way the political conversation in the United States is flowing across the border - sometimes, with a little help from the Liberals. Yet, as the Globe and Mail story points out, it wasn't enough for the ethics commissioner, who noted in his report into the affair some witnesses couldn't provide their full testimony.
Scheer will spend Day 1 of the campaign in Quebec and Ontario.
"I'm confident that people will see in us champions who want to put them at the centre and the heart of everything we do".
Justin Trudeau in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada on August 14, 2019.
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Trudeau's father, Pierre Trudeau, swept to power in 1968 on a wave of support dubbed "Trudeaumania", but narrowly avoided losing the 1972 election just four years later.
"For average Canadians, the key takeaway.is that Justin Trudeau is not an exception, he's like other politicians", said Mr Nanos.
Trudeau began his first remarks of the campaign by recalling the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States. "May their memories be a blessing to us all", he said.
"In 2015, after a decade of failed Conservative policy, Canada's economy was flat".
Trudeau fired two senior ministers - both women and one of them Canada's first Indigenous attorney general - for calling out the alleged meddling in a bid to try to save jobs in his home province.
Canadians, he said, are exhausted of governments that don't have their backs and will soon embrace the NDP's third way. "That's the choice. It's that clear and it's that important".
That goes against party policy, which created confusion until Scheer, a practising Catholic who has voted in favour of restricting abortion rights in the past, said he would oppose any attempt to reopen the debate should he become prime minister. "He will say anything to cover up his scandals, he will say anything to get re-elected".
Scheer, the head of the conservative party, said Wednesday that Trudeau had lost the moral authority to govern.