The Conservatives' first stop of the day was - a secret.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's campaign stop Monday morning was kept under wraps, other than vague hints that it was to visit with a family in Richmond, B.C.
Local reporters were told to rendezvous at the airport-area hotel where the Conservative tour spent the night and were given the family's address just minutes before the tour departed.
Party organizers said the details were kept under wraps to ensure the neighbourhood wasn't flooded with traffic.
- Bruce Campion-Smith