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Summer grilling with Canada's party leaders 

[PoliticsWatch updated 5:15 p.m. June 28, 2007]

OTTAWA  — Barbecued burgers, chicken, fish, salmon and veggie dogs are all on the menu this summer for Canada's five political party leaders.

Just when you thought it was safe to go to the barbecue, the party leaders all plan a busy summer that will include meeting Canadians on the barbecue circuit and at cultural events. 

One location that will get special attention is Quebec where three by-elections are expected to be held this summer and where four of the party leaders will obviously spend time. 

Find out what each leader is doing this summer and what their favourite barbecue food is by clicking on the photos below.

> Prime Minister Stephen Harper
The prime minister has the busiest schedule of all the leaders this summer. 



> Liberal leader Stéphane Dion
Dion will focus on policy and meeting Canadians over the summer. 



> NDP leader Jack Layton
Jack Layton and his wife will take a special working vacation abroad.


> Bloc Québécois leader Gilles Duceppe
Gilles Duceppe will unwind and then prepare for three potential by-elections in Quebec.



> Green Party leader Elizabeth May
May plans to get to know her new neighbours this summer. 



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