May 6, 2014 7:14 am

Wynne, Hudak and Horwath stay close to Toronto today for campaigning

TORONTO – The three party leaders will stay close to Toronto today ahead of Wednesday’s official launch of the campaign for the June 12th election.

Premier Kathleen Wynne’s day will have a transit theme as she begins in Toronto at the Eglinton Crosstown LRT before riding a GO train to Burlington later in the day. Wynne returns to Toronto for an evening event at the Royal Ontario Museum.

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Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak will campaign at Automatic Coating in Toronto, followed by events in Whitby and at Eagleson Muffler and Brakes in Port Hope.

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath plans to do some mainstreeting in north Toronto in the morning and has lunch with a Toronto riding candidate in the afternoon.

On Monday, all three party leaders visited the heavily-populated and fast-growing so-called 905 region around Toronto, which was a mix of Liberal and NDP seats provincially.

Wynne visited old high school in Richmond Hill, Hudak ventured to a recording studio in nearby Mississauga, while Horwath campaigned in Brampton.

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