Call it the 2014 Liberal budget - the redux.
Kathleen Wynne unveiled her party's platform in Thunder Bay on Sunday, repackaging what was tabled on May 1st in the legislature, in party colours.
There were no new revenues or spending announced in the plan, except for a change in the way the Liberals would approach the Ring of Fire. A Wynne government now says it will commit $1 billion in funding for the project no matter what, which was contingent on Ottawa matching the money in the budget.
There was also a promise to cap or fully cut hospital parking fees for people who make frequent visits to the hospital - either because they're sick themselves or family members are.
Wynne vows to cut hospital wait-times in half and increase the number of hospices in the province.
If re-elected, Wynne says they would start up the Experience Ontario program ,which would help graduating high school students get nine-month paid community work. She also says teh Liberals would improve your kids' math scores.
Wynne says her plan will help the economy more than the slim NDP platform or the Tory plan, which she says is a "slogan."