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Doug Ford, Leader of the Progressive Conservative party, Steven Del Duca, Leader of the Liberal Party and NDP Leader Andrea Horwath will face off in Ontario's provincial election on June 2, 2022.Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press

Ontarians will head to the polls on June 2 in a provincial election that pits incumbent Premier Doug Ford and his Progressive Conservative party against the Official Opposition Leader Andrea Horwath and her New Democrats. The Liberal Party, which shrank to seven seats in the legislature in 2018, will fight for a comeback under leader Steven Del Duca. Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner will look to expand his party’s seat count – he is the first and only Green MPP to be elected in the province.

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