The three main party leaders are set to make another big campaign push ahead of Thursday's election.
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath will cramm in events at eight separate ridings: in Mississauga, Brampton, three ridings in Toronto, plus Oshawa, Belleville and Kingston. She's also getting some federal support at her last event of the day, which will see federal NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair by her side. He has so far only appeared at a private campaign event.
Asked about her packed schedule Tuesday evening, Horwath joked her campaign strategy appears to be ``exhaust the leader."
The Liberal team is taking Premier Kathleen Wynne to meet supporters in Toronto, where she will make six stops.
The Tory bus also starts out in the Toronto area, but leader Tim Hudak then heads south to Waterloo, Niagara Falls and Jarvis, where he'll wrap up her campaign with a town hall meeting.
Meantime, The Liberals have filed a complaint with Elections Ontario accusing the Progressive Conservatives of trying to suppress votes.
That's after dozens of voters in two hotly contested ridings (London North Centre and Ottawa West-Nepean) received letters directing them to the wrong polling stations in Thursday's election.
But the Tories say the letters were sent by mistake and have apologized for the confusion.