A $25 million ad campaign that will run in Toronto and Vancouver this year is aimed at enticing voters to turn out at polling stations on election day.
A $20 million digital ad campaign is also planned, targeting voters in Quebec.
The Globe and Mail’s editorial board says the billboard campaign could cost the province more than $100 million.
The ads would run in two markets, the province’s two biggest cities, Toronto and Montreal.
The billboards are expected to run during the election season, when many people are expected on the streets to cast their ballot for the federal Liberals and NDP.
The NDP and Liberals are running their campaigns in the three largest cities, with about 1.5 million voters in each.
The Conservatives and Liberals will hold rallies and campaigns in other Canadian cities.
In Ontario, the Liberals are targeting voters between the ages of 18 and 34, while the NDP and Conservatives are targeting people between 35 and 64.
The Liberal campaign is focused on the rural and suburban areas and is targeting young voters.
In Quebec, the ads will be targeted at voters between 18 and 35, while in Ontario the ads are targeting the population over age 65.
The Conservative campaign is targeted at the urban and suburban parts of the province.
In a statement, Liberal spokesman Andrew Wilkinson said the campaign is being funded by a small, independent group, The Liberals have no affiliation with the Conservative party, nor with any other political party.
He said the Liberals believe their platform is better suited for the digital age.
“The Liberal platform has a focus on protecting small businesses and our jobs, while offering the most affordable housing and support to our most vulnerable Canadians,” Wilkinson said.
The campaign also includes an online ad campaign.
The Liberals are seeking $4 million in advertising to run in Quebec, but that will be divided among two cities, Montreal and Toronto.
The ads will run throughout the campaign, but there will be one digital ad at each location.
In each location, voters will be able to make their choice on the spot and can change their vote online, through their phone or a mobile app.
There are no details on what kind of ads the Liberals will run.
The Liberals are also planning to run robocalls for voters in certain parts of Quebec.
In an online video, the party said that the robocall system will be better for Canadians in the rural areas than the voice-activated system used in the provinces.
In the province of Quebec, there are no plans to roll out the new automated system in that province.
The system is designed to be used in areas with fewer people and fewer voters.