It’s the third official day of the Ontario election campaign. Here’s where the party leaders are travelling.
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Andrea Horwath begins the day as she finished the last one, in Windsor with local candidates Lisa Gretzky (Windsor West), Percy Hatfield (Windsor-Tecumseh) and Taras Natyshak (Essex), first at the Back Road Café and then at an auto-parts plant for 9:00 a.m. (Riding: Windsor West). Then she heads east to Woodstock’s Springbank Snow Countess Monument at 12:30 p.m., where she meets candidate Bryan Smith (Riding: Oxford). In the afternoon she continues along the 401 to Toronto, where she’ll give a speech to the Ontario Public Service Employees Union convention (Riding: Trinity Spadina).
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Kathleen Wynne starts the day “talking about jobs” at the Transformix Engineering plant in Kingston at 7:45 a.m. (Riding: Kingston and the Islands). At 1 p.m., she’ll deliver a speech as part of the National Day of Honour at the Afghanistan Repatriation Memorial in Quinte West (Riding: Northumberland-Quinte West). She’ll then give two more speeches about jobs in the afternoon, in Trenton (Riding: Northumberland-Quinte West) and Pickering (Riding: Ajax-Pickering). She returns to her home riding in Toronto for a 7 p.m. speech to the Iranian Women’s Organization of Ontario’s 25th Anniversary Gala (Riding: Don Valley West).
Tim Hudak kicks off with two events in Barrie: a 9 a.m. town hall and a 10 a.m. even at the Barrie Legion Hall for the National Day of Honour (Riding: Barrie). In the afternoon, he returns to the Greater Toronto Area to speak to local media in Markham and Mississauga.