FREDERICTON -- Where the leaders are Wednesday, Aug. 29, as the New Brunswick election campaign continues:

Liberals: Brian Gallant is expected to make an early morning campaign stop in Sussex, followed by a 10 a.m. announcement in Moncton on energy at a private residence at 97 Reade St. The Liberal bus then makes stops in Baie Sainte Anne, Allardville and Edmundston .

Progressive Conservatives: Blaine Higgs makes a campaign announcement at 10 a.m. at Christian Larocque Services on Highway 113 in Lameque. At 11:10 a.m. he visits Cafe Tazza in Shippagan. At noon he attends the a campaign headquarters opening at 3360 Boulevard Dr. Victor Leblance in Tracadie-Sheila. He then makes campaign stops in Tracadie and at 6 p.m. attends a barbecue at the campaign headquarters for Kevin Hache at 445 Boulevard St. Pierre Ouest in Caraquet.

Greens: David Coon will be joined by federal Green Leader Elizabeth May to launch the party's platform on community driven health care in Sackville. At 3:30, Coon and May are expected to host a volunteer appreciation event in Fredericton. And at 7 p.m., they host a social gathering at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton.

New Democrats: Jennifer McKenzie makes an announcement about labour rights at 10 a.m. at Fallsview Park in Saint John. At 11 a.m. she attends a barbecue fundraiser at 130 Bayard Dr. in Saint John. She later canvasses in her riding of Saint John Harbour and then attends a fundraiser at 8 p.m. at O'Leary's Pub in Saint John.

People's Alliance: Kris Austin meets with the Golden Club of Fredericton at 10 a.m. at Christ Church parish, 245 Westmoreland Rd. in Fredericton. Then at 6 p.m. he holds a public town hall at 284 Restigouche Rd. in Oromocto.