Premier Kathleen Wynne stepped onto her campaign bus on the first week of the campaign, making the first stop of the day her old high school in Richmond Hill.
While Wynne spoke about leadership, she also tried to bring pensions to the forefront, underlining CPP can't help those over 65 alone.
Wynne brushed aside Tory leader Tim Hudak's attempts to continue to compare her to her predecessor, Dalton McGuinty.
Hudak was in Mississauga, to push his Million Jobs Plan. While he gave little details on the plan, he underlined its the only way the economy will recover completely from the recession - that includes having a balanced budget.
As the Progressive Conservative leader spoke, his party lawyers filed a statement of defence in court. Tory MPP Lisa MacLeod vowed to fight the premier's $2 million defamation suit against the party, over their allegations Wynne oversaw the gas plant email deletion.
These allegations have not been proven in court.
Wynne maintains she will continue to fight the Tory claims, underlining she wants to debate based on fact.
In Brampton, NDP leader Andrea Horwath main-streeted and claimed the Premier would privatize Toronto transit in order to expand.
Wynne denies this is true. She says she doesn't know where Horwath is getting her information from.