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Provincial ad campaign ban is lifted
All three parties release a wave of advertising
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After a two-week long black-out period, Elections Ontario has given provincial parties the OK to advertise on radio, TV and in newspapers.

And now that the campaign is heating up, some are going for the jugular.

The NDP show numbers flying past your screen in their first television ad, claiming that's how much the Liberal government has cost taxpayers with the Ornge, eHealth and gas plant scandals.

While the Liberal ad starts out positive, showing supporters rallying around Premier Kathleen Wynne at campaign events, she then attacks Tim Hudak's jobs plan. Wynne says firing 100,000 people won't help the province, with likely cuts to healthcare and education.

The Tories stay the most positive for now, propping up their jobs plan, claiming the province can "do better" with Hudak at the helm.

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After a two-week long black-out period, Elections Ontario has given provincial parties the OK to advertise on radio, TV and in newspapers.

And now that the campaign is heating up, some are going for the jugular.

The NDP show numbers flying past your screen in their first television ad, claiming that's how much the Liberal government has cost taxpayers with the Ornge, eHealth and gas plant scandals.

While the Liberal ad starts out positive, showing supporters rallying around Premier Kathleen Wynne at campaign events, she then attacks Tim Hudak's jobs plan. Wynne says firing 100,000 people won't help the province, with likely cuts to healthcare and education.

The Tories stay the most positive for now, propping up their jobs plan, claiming the province can "do better" with Hudak at the helm.

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