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Outside an Ontario polling place in 2011. Photo: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/60990146@N02/6218761143/">knehcsg</a>, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
Outside an Ontario polling place in 2011. Photo: knehcsg, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Ontario candidates campaign through final day before election

It's the last day of campaigning ahead of tomorrow's provincial election. Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne is spending the day in Toronto, where her bus will make six stops.

Tory Leader Tim Hudak begins the day in Toronto, and then travels to Waterloo, Niagara Falls and Jarvis for a town hall.

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath will get some help from federal Leader Tom Mulcair, who will make an appearance at Horwath's final stop of the day in Kingston. Before that the NDP campaign will stop in Mississauga, Brampton, three Toronto ridings, Oshawa and Belleville.

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Experts say the stage is set for tomorrow's provincial election to have another disappointing voter turnout. Queen's University Political Studies professor Jonathan Rose says the three provincial party leaders are an “uninspiring” group. He says their negative campaigns will likely discourage voters from getting involved.

Ontario voter turnout has been declining for decades and hit a historic low of 48 per cent in 2011. (The Canadian Press)

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