Jan 05, 2006 — With three weeks to go before election day, new polls suggest a turnaround in Canadian voter opinion. According to The Associated Press, an EKOS poll shows the Conservatives have the backing of 36 percent of decided voters, with the Liberal Party at 30 percent. The six percent lead is outside the margin of error. Another poll shows the (Conservative) Tories with 36 percent, the Liberals at 33. Candidates across Canada returned to the campaign trail with renewed energy after the holiday break. Lucy Martin has more on the winter campaign.