Doug Ford and 7 Ontario mayors talk economy, services, priorities Monday

Premier Doug Ford met with seven Ontario mayors Monday morning at Queen's Park.

Most of the mayors represent municipalities in southern Ontario

Premier Doug Ford met with London Mayor Ed Holder, right, and six other mayors at Queen's Park Monday to talk about a number of issues including the economy, service delivery and other and other 'shared priorities.' (Frank Gunn/Canadian Press)

Premier Doug Ford met with seven Ontario mayors Monday morning at Queen's Park.

Most of the mayors represent municipalities in southern Ontario.

The premier's office said ahead of the meeting the discussions would include growing the economy and creating more efficient services. 

According to an Ontario government media advisory, the premier and mayors will also discuss their "shared priorities."

Ford is meeting with London Mayor Ed Holder, Guelph Mayor Cam Guthrie, Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens, Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie, Kawartha Lakes Mayor Andy Letham and Oro-Medonte Mayor Harry Hughes.

With files from CBC News

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