With the intent of diverting attention away from the PC leadership race that she likens to a train wreck, NDP Leader Andrea Horwath has announced she’s hitting the road to listen to voters across Ontario ahead of the June election.
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Horwath says during the two-weeks she intends to stick with a message of hope.
”It’s really apparent that the Conservative party can’t even get its own house in order … People are disappointed with Kathleen Wynne … People are saying it’s time for change. What New Democrats are offering is change for the better,” said Horwath.
She says the NDP will focus on issues important to Ontarians, such as expanding pharmacare coverage, buying back privatized shares of Hydro One and tacking hospital overcrowding by spending more on health care.