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Campaign trail: Leaders visit the 416 and 905

Promises of healthcare, nutrition with a promise not to form a coalition

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.

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  1. Dean posted on 05/30/2014 03:59 PM
    See that birdhouse next to Wynne? That's the largest house anyone will be able to afford after taxes if we elect her and her crooked party again.
  2. Frankie posted on 05/30/2014 05:19 PM
    Wynne should keep going west until she reaches the 204 area code (Manitoba) and stay there. Ontario needs politicians like Wynne the way we need cancer
    1. Sonny posted on 05/30/2014 05:30 PM
      @Frankie Hudak has been a politician for 19 years and thinks he running against McGuinty
  3. Alex posted on 05/30/2014 06:08 PM
    Tim Hudak is a former Walmart manager who thinks that all Ontario working families should get the short end of the stick.
    Walmart has given Tim a perverted view of the relationship of business and the people that make it happen.




    Elect John Tory for Mayor of Toronto.
    1. Sonny posted on 05/30/2014 07:38 PM
      @Alex Hudak helped turn Woolcos into Walmarts which is a profitable corporation that is laying off 750 employees?!

      How was Rogers; a duopoly run under Tory?
  4. Alex posted on 05/30/2014 06:13 PM
    Tim Hudak has based his entire platform on the mistaken assumption that having a job is better than not having a job. HE COULD NOT BE MORE WRONG.

    I have seen a beautiful future, brothers and sisters. A future where Premier Wynne and Co-Premier Horwath have led their glorious coalition to drive all evil, greedy Big Businesses and their Profit Machines out of Ontario forever. All citizens take turns receiving paychecks for government jobs that don't need to be done and sitting at home on welfare.

    Unlimited money, for free, forever, with no downside or consequences. It's a magical time we live in indeed!


    Elect John Tory for mayor!
    1. Sonny posted on 05/30/2014 07:40 PM
      @Alex Hudak is a master of Economics who can't add. We'll have less staff to provide services so that Corporations can get a 30% tax cut
  5. Sammy for Scarborough posted on 05/31/2014 07:51 AM
    Are you ready for the surprises this week of advance voting?
    1. The voting will be heavier than expected.
    2. The Liberals will emerge with a surprising (to some) lead.

    You saw it here first.
    1. Alex posted on 05/31/2014 09:30 PM
      @Sammy for Scarborough Another cross post by a Lieberal hack!
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