A day before the leaders debate, all three of Ontario's major political parties will spend Monday in Toronto.

Where the leaders are today

Kathleen Wynne, Liberals

  • Delivers remarks. 7:45 a.m. Westin Prince Toronto, 900 York Mills Rd.

 Tim Hudak, Progressive Conservatives

  • Media availability. 10 a.m. Great Gulf Condo Development. at Jarvis Street and Dundas Street.

Andrea Horwath, New Democrats

  • Appears on Breakfast Television show. 7:30 a.m. on CityTV, 33 Dundas St. East.
  • Roundtable Discussion at National Ethnic Press & Media Council, 6 p.m. Committee Room 2, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. West, Toronto.

Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne will speak at the Westin Prince in Toronto.

Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak, Progressive will be at the Great Gulf Condo
Development.

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath has an appearance on Breakfast Television on CityTV, She follows that up by participating in a roundtable discussion at the National Ethnic Press and Media Council at Toronto City Hall.

The Liberals and PCs spent the weekend and early Monday lobbing accusations at one another.

The Liberals are accusing Hudak of adopting policy ideas from "right wing extremist radical elements" stateside after they say he met with some major conservative thinkers in Washington, D.C.

The PCs, meanwhile, said early Monday that the Liberals positioned themselves to dissolve government in effort to hide findings in a Public Accounts Committee Summary Report on Ornge.

Ornge, Ontario's air ambulance service, has been charged with 17 offences under the Canadian Labour Code.

All 17 charges relate to an incident that occurred on May 31, 2013, when four Ornge employees — two pilots and two paramedics — were killed after the Sikorsky S-76A helicopter they were travelling in crashed one kilometre from an airport in Moosonee, Ont., after taking off in the early morning hours. 

All three are preparing for the leaders debate Tuesday night.in Studio 40 of the CBC Broadcasting Centre, live on CBC Television, CBC Radio One and CBCnews.ca at 6:30 p.m.

Map: Where the leaders are — and where they've been

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