Ontario PC leadership candidates talk sex ed, tax cuts in 1st debate
Christine Elliott, Tanya Granic Allen, Doug Ford and Caroline Mulroney duel in Toronto debate
The four candidates hoping to lead Ontario's Progressive Conservative Party into the spring election were asked about their stances on sex ed curriculum, marijuana privatization and how to pay for tax cuts the party is promising during their first debate on Thursday.
Caroline Mulroney, Doug Ford, Christine Elliott and Tanya Granic Allen went head to head on the issues, and got more heated as things went on.
The debate, one of two scheduled for this last-minute leadership race, was held at TVO's headquarters in Toronto.
Here are some of the highlights from the debate, and some early reaction to the candidates' plans.