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All four leaders of Ontario’s major political parties squared off in the first and only televised debate Monday night. Now, they're back on the campaign trail, making stops across the province to secure votes ahead of the June 2 election.

The leaders of the Progressive Conservatives, Ontario NDP, Ontario Liberals and Ontario Green Party are pictured here in a composite image. (The Canadian Press)

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