The federal NDP says it raised $2.5 million in the final three months of 2020, allowing it to pay off the last of its campaign debt.
The figure comes as all federal parties gear up for a potential election this year.
The cash haul last quarter makes up more than 40 per cent of the $6.1 million raised by New Democrats throughout 2020.
The party says it still has more than $1 million in its coffers after slaying the hefty $10-million debt from its 2019 election campaign.
The Conservatives say they raised more than $7.6 million from October to December, and the Bloc Québécois registered more than $961,000 in contributions.
Parties’ latest quarterly financial returns are due for submission to Elections Canada today.
The Canadian Press
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