Ontario election agenda: What you need to know for April 30

Tory leader Doug Ford revives policies from the Patrick Brown era, while NDP leader Andrea Horwath launches her campaign
By Daniel Kitts - Published on April 30, 2018
NDP leader Andrea Horwath
In Hamilton on Sunday, NDP leader Andrea Horwath officially kicked off what is being billed as “the biggest campaign” in the party’s history. (Chris Young/CP)



​​Here’s our daily look at what’s making news in the lead-up to the next provincial election.

Update: 12:10 p.m.

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What to watch for

  • Wynne is in eastern Ontario and focused on the Franco-Ontarian community today. She’ll make an announcement at Louis-Riel, a French public high school, in Ottawa at 10:30 a.m. She’ll make a second announcement at La Résidence Prescott et Russell, a long-term care home, in Hawkesbury at 2:45 p.m.
  • Ford will make an announcement in Whitby at 10:30 a.m. He’ll then spend the rest of his day in Oshawa, with a visit to the Canadian Mental Health Association at 3 p.m., a visit to the Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum at 3:45 p.m., and a rally at Tosca Banquet and Conference Centre at 6 p.m.
  • Horwath will make a campaign announcement regarding cancer care this morning at Gilda's Club in Toronto.
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