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Wynne, Horwath campaign in SW Ontario, while Ford holds Toronto rally

Last Updated May 15, 2018 at 5:46 am EDT

Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford, NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, and Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne. GETTY IMAGES

Two of the major party leaders will be campaigning for the June 7 election in southwestern Ontario on Tuesday.

Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne is to make an announcement this morning in Waterloo, and in the afternoon makes an announcement in London and visits a brewery in Guelph.

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath plans to make a campaign announcement in London this morning and attend a campaign event in Paris this afternoon before holding a health-care focused town hall this evening in Kitchener.

Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford has a relatively light day with a morning rally in Toronto — the only item on his schedule.

The Green party released its platform Monday, with billions promised for energy conservation grants and mental health supports.

The Greens say they would move to a clean economy by supporting jobs in cleantech and would commit to a 100 per cent renewable energy supply by 2050.


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Hoping the new polling numbers are as wrong as they were about Clinton winning. There is no way the NDP should be remotely close in the numbers as the PC should be running away with it. The thing is that some people are too simple to realize the dangers of a govt that relishes debt and giveaways. The NDP will make Wynne look like Scrooge.

May 15, 2018 at 2:51 pm