Quiet day ahead on the Ontario election campaign trail

The first Sunday of the Ontario election campaign is expected to be a quiet one on the trail.

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath won’t be making any announcements, but is set to host a Mother’s Day brunch in Cambridge, Ont.

That’s one of several ridings in which the NDP came within striking distance in the 2018 election and are hoping to win this time.

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Belinda Karahalios won the riding of Cambridge in the last election for the Progressive Conservatives but was kicked out of the caucus after voting against COVID-19 public health measures.

Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford will be in Timmins to make an unspecified announcement.

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Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca will be taking a personal day.

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