Elections Ontario says it is investigating a complaint made by the Ontario PC party, arguing that Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne is using taxpayer-supported government announcements to “make political statements to attack her political opponents.”
Social conservative PC leadership contestant Tanya Granic Allen won the party’s nomination to run as a candidate in Mississauga Centre Saturday, as leader Doug Ford appointed candidates in 11 other ridings.
Premier Kathleen Wynne was the first leader to the podium this morning seven weeks before Ontario votes. She elaborated on another of her party’s health sector promises this time at a retirement home in downtown Toronto.
Ontario's Progressive Conservative leader acknowledged Thursday that his company would benefit, although "probably very little," from his proposal to cut corporate taxes, but said he would not personally stand to gain anything.