A testy provincial election campaign is over as Manitobans head to the polls Tuesday to elect their next government.
Monday, Tory Leader Brian Pallister played offence, travelling to the northern N-D-P stronghold constituencies.
N-D-P Leader Greg Selinger spent time shoring up support in Selkirk, a seat his party has held for 26 years.
The Tories last held power in Manitoba in the 1990s under Gary Filmon. The New Democrats have been in government for 16 years.
(The Canadian Press)