First thing I would check would be the battery connections followed by other connections in that circuit including ground connections.
Try to wiggle them first and see if there is any change.
Disconnect the battery and use an abrasive or scraper to get the connecting points shiny. Don't just look at them and think that they are "clean enough", they may not be even if no corrosion is apparently present.
Second thing would be to get the battery load tested.
Those two things clear up a large majority of the problems.
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And most of Canada too, eh?