May 15, 2014 11:03 am

Where are the candidates today, and why? Liberal Kathleen Wynne, May 15

Ontario Premier and Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne waves goodbye as she boards her campaign bus after touring Cyclone MFG Inc., a company which manufactures parts for the aviation industry, during a campaign stop in Mississauga, Ont., on Tuesday, May 13,

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8:15 a.m.: Walkerton Clean Water Centre

Riding: Huron-Bruce (PC)

2011 Election results:

PC: 42.7%
Liberal: 32.7%
NDP: 20.9%
Green: 1.7%

Wynne paid Walkerton Clean Water Centre a visit this morning where she announced the Liberals will continue to fund the purification centre for the next ten years. What does that mean? More jobs, for one thing. But it was also an opportunity for her to slam the cuts outlined in PC leader Tim Hudak’s platform.

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12:45 p.m.: Kidsability

Riding: Kitchener-Waterloo (PC)

2011 Election results:

PC: 43.4%
Liberal: 36.3%
NDP: 16.8%
Green: 16.8%

KidsAbility Centre for Child Development offers rehabilitation support for children with special needs. Wynne will highlight the importance of having local medical facilities in a community, as well as meet the children and their families. Again, a chance for her to argue about the dangers – as she sees them – of Hudak’s cuts.

Interactive: Explore poll-level results for this riding from the 2011 election

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Poll-level results: Kitchener-Waterloo

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