Canadians vote on Monday.
However, Elections Canada has since confirmed the tweet would not be considered foreign interference under the current elections laws, so long as it was not paid for or the person making it did not receive any form of payment.
"I was proud to work with Justin Trudeau as President".
Plagued by a blackface scandal and accused of ethics lapses in the handling of the bribery prosecution of an engineering giant, Mr Trudeau has seen his star dim and his personal popularity slip over the past year.
Another example of that was on display yesterday when People's Party of Canada (PPC) leader Maxime Bernier said his party was considering legal action against the Conservatives after the Globe and Mail newspaper reported that the latter had hired a consultant to "seek and destroy" the PPC party and try to get Bernier barred from televised leaders' debates.
As for Scheer's dire warning of a GST hike under a Liberal-NDP coalition, Singh flatly said the Conservative leader is lying.
Wilson-Raybould resigned from cabinet - and later was removed from the Liberal caucus - over what she said was an improper effort by Trudeau and senior government officials to have her intervene in the prosecution of engineering giant SNC-Lavalin.
He said Canadians face a choice between Conservative cuts and the Liberal plan to fight climate change and make streets safer from gun violence. "Not whatsoever because it's not a progressive tax", Singh said in Port Alberni, B.C.
Turnbull told Xinhua that one possible alliance is between the Liberals and New Democrats as long as the two parties reached agreement on the multibillion-dollar project of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, which the Trudeau government purchased a year ago and the NDP opposes.
"We have had a very open and transparent campaign, being held accountable to Canadians through the media", he said.
Trudeau was pivoting to Ontario after two days in Quebec, turning his attention to ridings outside Toronto. He touched down in Barrie and Orillia, as wells as Vaughan and Whitby.
Bernier barely lost the Conservative leadership to Scheer before quitting and starting his own party.