Who are Ontario's major party leaders?
Doug Ford, Andrea Horwath, Steven Del Duca and Mike Schreiner debate Monday ahead of Ontario’s June 2 election
Wondering who the leaders of Ontario's major political parties are and why they think they'd be a good premier for the province?
CBC News spoke with three of the four leaders in recent weeks (an interview invitation to PC Leader Doug Ford is still standing) to get a snapshot of who they are.
Here's where you can find those in-depth interviews and a bit more about Ford's media strategy.
All four leaders are on the campaign trail with big hopes, but also some political baggage to match.
This is the Ontario NDP leader's fourth election and she's still hoping this one will be a breakthrough.
"I've been fighting for families and people all my life. Being the premier would give me a chance to actually win some of those battles for them," Horwath told the CBC's Mike Crawley.
Steven Del Duca
The Liberal leader is new in the job compared to his rivals and doesn't currently have a seat at Queen's Park.
However, Steven Del Duca has been a cabinet minister in previous Liberal governments and said that experience gives him an advantage.
"I think it's a combination of the experience and the energy that I have alongside a new Ontario Liberal team, to make sure that my daughters grow up in a province that gives them as much, if not more opportunity than I had growing up here," he said.
The Green Party leader isn't likely to become the next premier, but he's running an ambitious campaign with the hopes of adding at least one more MPP at Queen's Park.
"So the Ontario Greens, what we're trying to do is maximize our influence in the legislature," Schreiner said. "Most people feel that we've punched well above our weight in terms of the influence we've had at Queen's Park."
Doug Ford has so far declined a one-on-one interview with CBC News and hasn't done a sit down interview with any other major media outlets yet, either.
On the campaign trail he's also taken fewer media questions than his rivals, something that may be a part of the PC party's strategy.
An interview request remains open.