Todd Lever of the Liberals says the party’s promise to double down on infrastructure holds one of the keys to stabilizing the job market. He says when comparing FedNor to smaller, related organizations with the same role provides a stark contrast. Lever used the closure of the Resolute mill in Iroquious Falls is an example of the lack of support coming from federal oversight in the Northeast. Lever is running against the Conservative’s John Curley, New Democrat Charlie Angus and the Green Party’s Max Kennedy. The 2015 federal election is set for Monday, October 19th.