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Progressive Conservatives unveil new ad
Tories say it is a message of hope
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The Progressive Conservatives have unveiled a new online ad that they say showcases them as the party with a message of hope.

The clip has party leader Tim Hudak saying he's asking Ontarians to opt for progress and vote for a plan that will mean a better future for the province.

The ad was introduced by deputy party leader Christine Elliott at the Abilities Centre in Whitby, where a visitation was held last month for her late husband, former finance minister Jim Flaherty.

Elliott says the Tories want to have a debate about ideas, while Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne has spent the campaign ``angry, negative and lashing out at others.''

 She says her party doesn't want to be attacking other politicians personally, which is why the new ad focuses on a message of positive change.

The Progressive Conservatives have at least two ads from late last year available online that are highly critical Wynne.

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Canadian Press

The Progressive Conservatives have unveiled a new online ad that they say showcases them as the party with a message of hope.

The clip has party leader Tim Hudak saying he's asking Ontarians to opt for progress and vote for a plan that will mean a better future for the province.

The ad was introduced by deputy party leader Christine Elliott at the Abilities Centre in Whitby, where a visitation was held last month for her late husband, former finance minister Jim Flaherty.

Elliott says the Tories want to have a debate about ideas, while Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne has spent the campaign ``angry, negative and lashing out at others.''

 She says her party doesn't want to be attacking other politicians personally, which is why the new ad focuses on a message of positive change.

The Progressive Conservatives have at least two ads from late last year available online that are highly critical Wynne.

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