Ontario Election Leaders’ Debate will be held June 3

Ontario party leader, from left, Liberal Kathleen Wynne, Conservative Tim Hudak and NDP Andrea Horwath, are shown in recent photos. Staff / The Canadian Press

TORONTO – The Ontario Election Leaders’ Debate will be broadcast on Tuesday, June 3 – just over a week before voters go to the polls to choose the province’s next premier.

The debate will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. ET and will include Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne, Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak and NDP leader Andrea Horwath.

The leaders’ debate will be aired by a consortium of broadcasters, which includes Global News.

“As the leading source for news from Queen’s Park and the home of Ontario’s only show devoted to provincial politics, Focus Ontario, Global News is proud to be part of this important exercise in democracy.  Presented commercial-free, the debate will help Ontarians’ choose which leader’s vision best represents their hopes for a future Ontario,” Troy Reeb, Senior Vice President of Global News said.

And we want to ask the leaders your questions.

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Send your questions to (or fill out the form below) and if selected, we may ask you to pose your question on-camera to be used during the live leaders’ debate.

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