Here's who is running locally in the provincial election
Here's who is running locally in the provincial election
The provincial election is underway across Ontario.
Healthcare was ranked the number one issue on the minds of Ontarians as provincial election candidates launched into their first official day of campaigning, according to a new poll.
The Nanos Research survey of 500 adults was commissioned on behalf of CTV News and CP24.
It found 27 per cent of respondents deemed healthcare as the number one issue guiding their ballot.
Following healthcare, 12 per cent of those polled registered the cost of living and inflation as their top concerns.
Meanwhile, 11 per cent of respondents said their number one issue was housing and 10 per cent said they were most concerned about the economy and jobs.
When it comes to the environment, eight per cent of people polled said it was their top issue, followed by education and debt/the deficit, which each respectively received 5 per cent.
The poll was conducted between April 28 and May 2. Respondents were randomly contacted via cell phone and landline. Results are considered accurate within 4.4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.
— With files from CTV News Toronto
Progressive Conservative - Paul Paolatto
Liberal - Vanessa Lalonde
NDP* - Peggy Sattler
Green - Colleen McCauley
Ontario Party - Cynthia Workman
New Blue Party - Kris Hunt
Libertarian - Jacques Y Boudreau
Consensus - Brad Harness
Freedom Party of Ontario - Mike McMullen
London North Centre
Progressive Conservative - Jerry Pribil
Liberal - Kate Graham
NDP* - Terrence Kernaghan
Green - Carol Dyck
Ontario Party - Darrel Grant
New Blue - Tommy Caldwell
Consensus - George Le Mac
Freedom Party of Ontario - Paul McKeever
Progressive Conservative - Jane Kovarikova
Liberal - Zeba Hashmi
NDP* - Teresa Armstrong
Green - Zaxk Ramsey
None of the Above Party - Stephen R Campbell
Freedom Party of Ontario - Dave Durnin
Ontario Party - Doug MacDonald
New Blue Party - Adriana A Medina
Consensus - Paul T Plumb
Progressive Conservative* (Jeff Yurek) - Rob Flack
Liberal - Heather Jackson
NDP - Andy Kroeker
Green - Amanda Stark
Ontario Party - Brigitte Belton
New Blue Party - Matt Millar
Consensus - Malichi Malé
Freedom Party of Ontario - Dave Plumb
Progressive Conservative* - Ernie Hardeman
Liberal - Mary Holmes
NDP - Lindsay Wilson
Green - Cheryle Baker
Ontario Party - Karl Toews
New Blue Party - Connie Oldenburger
Progressive Conservative* - Lisa Thompson
Liberal - Shelly Blackmore
NDP - Laurie Hazzard
Green - Matthew Van Ankum
New Blue Party - Matt Kennedy
Alliance Party - Bruce Eisen
Ontario Party - Gerrie Huenemoerder
Independent - Ronald Stephens
Progressive Conservative* - Bob Bailey
Liberal - Mark Russell
NDP - Dylan Stelpstra
Green - Mason Bourdeau
New Blue Party -Keith Benn
Ontario Party - Ian Orchard
Progressive Conservative* - Monte McNaughton
Liberal - Bruce Baker
NDP - Vanessa Benoit
Green - Wanda Dickey
Ontario Party - Aaron Istvan Vegh
New Blue Party - David Barnwell
None of the Above party - Dean Eve
Progressive Conservative* (Randy Pettapiece) - Matthew Rae
Liberal - Ashley Fox
NDP - Jo-Dee Burbach
Green - Laura Bisutti
Ontario Party - Sandy William Macgregor
New Blue Party - Bob Hosken
Freedom Party of Ontario - Robby Smink
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