Where the Ontario leaders are on the campaign trail for Friday, May 27

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Here’s where the leaders of Ontario’s main political parties are today:

Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford

Oakville: Makes an announcement. 2 p.m.

Kitchener: Hosts a rally. 7 p.m.

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath

Toronto: Hosts appreciation brunch and addresses frontline workers. 10 a.m., Bluffers Restaurant, 7 Brimley Rd. S.

Toronto: Talks to media about her plan to stop the cuts. 11 a.m., Bluffers Restaurant, 7 Brimley Rd. S.

Hamilton: Addresses teachers and education workers about respect for workers. 1:30 p.m., O.E.C.T.A Hamilton-Wentworth, 98 Bigwin Rd

Paris: Visits the Paris Wincey Mills Co. 3 p.m., The Paris Wincey Mills Co., 31 Mechanic St.

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Mississauga: Visits Mississauga-Streetsville. 5:30 p.m., Mississauga-Streetsville Campaign Office, 248 Queen St S.

Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca

Mississauga: Announces the party’s plan to stop Highway 413. 9 a.m., 410 Rathburn Rd W

Brampton: Visits a mosque. 1:15 p.m., Jamiat Ul Ansar of Brampton, Great Lakes Masjid, 291 Great Lakes Dr, Brampton

Mississauga: Stops for ice cream at Murphy’s Ice Cream Parlour. 2:15 p.m., 9 Main St.

Mississauga: Visits a mosque. 3:10 p.m., ISNA Mosque, 2200 South Sheridan Way

Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner

Hamilton: Makes a climate announcement. 10 a.m., Gage Park Bandshell, 1000 Main St E

Brampton: Participates in sign wave with local candidates. 4 p.m., at the intersection of 410 and Bovaird Road

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