Ontario Votes: Where the leaders are Friday
Wynne in Toronto; Horwath in Ottawa; Hudak in London, Waterloo
The Ontario campaign trail will take the three party leaders to five cities today.
Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne is scheduled to speak in Toronto's Little Italy neighbourhood before appearing with students at a French-language elementary school and meeting constituents in Mississauga.
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Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak is to give a speech to the London Chamber of Commerce before heading to Waterloo for a photo-op at a plant that makes snow plow blades.
Where the Leaders are today
Kathleen Wynne, Liberals
- Toronto - Delivers remarks, 8:30 a.m. 760 College St.
- Toronto - Speaks with students, 12:45 p.m. Ecole elementaire Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau
- Mississauga - Meets local constituents, 2635 Eglinton Ave. W.
Tim Hudak, Progressive Conservatives
- London - 12:15 p.m. speech to Chamber of Commerce, Hilton London
- Waterloo - Photo op, Valley Blades
Andrea Horwath, New Democrats
- Ottawa - Campaigns with Ottawa Vanier candidate Herve Ngamby. 9:20 a.m.
- Ottawa - Speech, Canada 2020 OnVotes Speaker Series. 12 p.m. Laurier Room, Chateau Laurier
- Ottawa - Campaigns with Ottawa Centre candidate Jennifer McKenzie. 3:20 p.m. 725 Somerset St. W.
New Democrat Leader Andrea Horwath is campaigning in Ottawa and will be giving a speech to a left-of-centre think tank.
Wynne brought in some federal firepower to boost her campaign Thursday.
Federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and former Liberal prime minister Paul Martin joined Wynne to help sell her proposed provincial pension plan.
The plan is a cornerstone of Wynne's campaign and a bone of contention between her and the Harper Conservatives.
Horwath unveiled her party's campaign platform. It outlines a plan to raise the corporate tax rate and offer financial help to hydro users, family caregivers and students.
Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak spent the day campaigning in Ottawa, where he said a judicial inquiry is needed for the Liberal government's gas plants scandal.
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