Ontario election 2022: Leaders focus on education, transit and housing during day 3 of the campaign

Day three of the Ontario election campaign saw party leaders pitch more promises to the province’s voters. As Alan Carter reports, the NDP focused on housing and affordability, pledging to build 1.5 million homes over ten years, while the Liberals continued with their theme of overhauling the education system, promising to bring back Grade 13. Meanwhile, the Progressive Conservatives promised to spend $730M to expand all-day GO trains in the Durham Region. Alan Carter reports.

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