From vegans to social reformers, fringe parties fight for attention in Ontario election

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By Allyson Jones, CBC News Ottawa, June 3, 2018

Ontario's election is all but down to two parties, if the polls are correct, but more than two dozen are actually competing — including those targeting the vegan vote, the anti-sex-ed vote and the no-vote vote.

Beyond the usual Progressive Conservative, NDP and Liberal suspects exists a grab bag of minor and fringe parties, some of which can only hope to garner a few handfuls of votes but still gamely vie for voters' attention as an alternative to the big three.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/fringe-parties-trillium-jack-maclaren-ontario-election-1.4689942