All three party leaders toured the GTA this morning with stops in both the 905 and Toronto.
As she stood on the site of a new hospital in Burlington, the premier vowed everyone in the promise will have access to 24-7 primary care in four years.
She says right now, 93 per cent of Ontarians have round-the-clock access to GPs and nurse practioners.
NDP leader Andrea Horwath was in Toronto, promising an extra $15 million a year for school nutrition programs. She revealed it will help 70,000 more students eat a healthy breakfast.
Also in Toronto, Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak said he was was disapointed but not surprised that Kathleen Wynne was contimplating a coalition.
He says that's something he would never do.