Ontario election 2014: Where the leaders are today
The debate is over and it's back to the campaign trail for the three main party leaders as they try to drum up votes for the June 12 election.
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Where the leaders are today
Kathleen Wynne, Liberals
- Vaughn: Media availability at Paramount Conference and Event Venue, 7:45 a.m., 222 Rowntree Dairy Rd.
- Orleans: Media availability at campaign office, 1:40 p.m., 5929 Jeanne d'Arc Blvd. S.
- Ottawa: Photo opportunity with Justin Trudeau, 5:45 p.m., 1000 Byron Ave.
Tim Hudak, Progressive Conservatives
- Ajax: Media availability at Ajax Convention Centre, 8 a.m., 550 Beck Cres.
- Nepean: Photo opportunity at Nepean Sportsplex, 7 p.m., 1701 Woodroffe Ave.
Andrea Horwath, New Democrats
- Toronto: Media availability at the Gladstone Hotel, 8:30 a.m., 1214 Queen St. W.
- Ajax: Media availability, 10:30 a.m., 41 Harwood Ave. S., Unit 3.
- Oshawa: Media availability, 11:30 a.m., 50 Simcoe St. N.
- Toronto: Media availability, 1 p.m., 3557 St. Clair Ave. E.
- Toronto: Media availability, 2 p.m., 555 Parliament St.
Premier Kathleen Wynne will campaign in Vaughan and the Ottawa area — including a photo opportunity with federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau.1
Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak visits Ajax and Nepean, while NDP Leader Andrea Horwath has events in Toronto, Ajax and Oshawa.
Liberal corruption and the Conservatives' plan to cut public sector jobs dominated last night's leader's debate Tuesday.
Wynne was on the defensive over the gas plants scandal. She apologized repeatedly for her government's cancellation of two gas plants that could cost as much as $1.1 billion.
Horwath said Liberal corruption is the campaign's central issue, and questioned the math behind Hudak's jobs' pledge.
Hudak defended his promise to create a million jobs — and vowed to resign if he didn't live up to it.
Some political observers say last night's televised debate featuring Ontario's top three political leaders generated few sparks and gave little help to voters.
One of the biggest potentials for conflict was around Tory Leader Tim Hudak's "Million Jobs" plan, since opponents and economists have criticized the math used to explain it.
Ryerson University politics professor Wayne Petrozzi says Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne and NDP Leader Andrea Horwath needed to hammer him on specifics, but they didn't.
There will not be any other televised leaders debates. Voters go to the polls June 12.