The week prior the Cons were at 33.4%, so you see a slight trend downward trend, from that massive Olympic bounce everybody was buzzing about ;)
Really, a pretty static national total, when you incorporate the regionals, you see either party equally positioned to form government.
EKOS showed a deadheat in British Columbia last week, but this time we see the Cons up 8%, Libs down 7%, NDP down 4%, resulting in a 14.5% lead for the government. Harris Decima also saw a swing in British Columbia towards the Cons, away from the Libs, so it might be something to watch, although "volatile" was the chosen characterization.
Elsewhere in the country, Libs still enjoy a small lead in Ontario, retake the lead in Atlantic Canada and receive a better result in Quebec. Again, the regionals translate to an electoral sawoff, no real advantage for any party.