May 9, 2014 10:49 am

Where are the candidates today, and why? PC Tim Hudak, May 9

Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak speaks with trade workers at a hew housing development during a campaign stop promising to create 200,000 new skilled trade jobs in Vaughan, Ont., on Thursday, May 8, 2014.

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

9 a.m.: Town Hall

Riding: Barrie (PC)

2011 Elections results

PC: 40.6%
Liberal: 34.8%
NDP: 19%
Green: 4.4%

Hudak started his morning discussing his Million Jobs plan in a riding he hopes to hang onto, shortly after reports announced the Canadian economy lost 28,900 jobs in April.

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Poll-level results: Barrie

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10 a.m.: Barrie Legion Hall

Riding: Barrie (PC)

2011 Elections results:

PC: 40.6%
Liberal: 34.8%
NDP: 19%
Green: 4.4%

Hudak pays his respects to veterans for National day of Honour.

1:15 p.m.: Reception in Markham

Riding: Markham-Unionville (Liberal)

2011 Election results:

Liberal: 52.7%
PC: 31.4%
NDP: 12.3%
Green: 3%

The PC leader is leaving some mystery to his whereabouts this afternoon in a riding where the Tories trailed the Grits by a significant margin in 2011. He’s scheduled to attend a reception with local media. It’s expected he will talk about jobs, for a change.

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Poll-level results: Markham-Unionville

3:30 p.m.: Reception in Mississauga

Riding: Mississauga South (Liberal)

2011 Election results

Liberal: 50.6%
PC:
36.1%
NDP: 10.1%
Green: 2.1%

It’s an early end to a busy week for Hudak as he attends another reception with local media in this Liberal riding.

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Poll-level results: Mississauga South

 

 

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