With the arrival of Ontario’s election day, candidates will vote, attend party election night events, and wait for results.
Let’s take a look at the itinerary of each party leader on June 2.
Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford
Dougford attends his party’s election night event. At the time of publication, no time or place was given by his party.
Ford mainly campaigned for his party promise To build highways and hospitals, increase housing supplies, and make “significant” investments in health care, education, and critical infrastructure.
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath
Andrea Howas will stay in Hamilton on Election Day and will begin voting at Melrose United Church at 9:30 am.
She then heads to the Hamilton Convention Center in the Wentworth Ballroom at 9 pm to wait for the election results.
This election will be the fourth election at the Prime Minister’s Office after Howas made a profit in 2018 to form an official opposition party in the state legislature.
Her party suggestion We will implement Universal Pharmacare to cover mental health and contraception and raise the minimum wage to $ 20 in 2026.
Liberal leader Stephen del Duca
Stephen del Duca will vote at Vaughan’s Woodbridge Pool and Memorial Arena at 10:30 am.
He proceeds to his party’s election night event at the Paramount Event Center in Woodbridge at 7 pm
his Party platform In particular, we pledge to remove HST from side dishes, ban pistols, and raise the minimum wage to $ 16 per hour.
Green Party Leader Mike Schleiner
Mike Schleiner began a meeting with volunteers and supporters in Guelph before heading to Guelph City Hall to vote at 10 am.
His schedule in Guelph for the rest of the day includes more meetings with his campaign team and events with volunteers and supporters.
He will give an election night speech at the Delta Hotel by Marriott Guelph Conference Center around 10 pm.
New Blue Party Leader Jim Calaharios
Jim Calaharios will be attended by his wife, Ontario Parliamentarian Belinda Calaharios, and a new candidate for his party at 8 pm. Argyle ArmsWaiting for election results at a locally owned British pub and restaurant in Cambridge.
His party Pledge End all COVID-19 obligations, including a ban on vaccine passports, and abolish Ford’s emergency measures.
Ontario Leader Derek Sloan
At the time of publication, there are no updates from Derek Sloan’s office.
Canadian Press contributed to this article.