CAMBRIDGE, Ont. - Premier Dalton McGuinty is focusing on southwestern Ontario and the suburban Toronto area in the final days of the campaign for Thursday's election.
McGuinty is emphasizing education today as the Liberal campaign hits Cambridge, Bolton and Pickering today before heading to Windsor tonight.
The Liberals want to remind voters that test scores and graduation rates are up while class sizes are down.
McGuinty and his wife Terri began the day reading to Grade 2 students at Our Lady of Fatima school in Cambridge, which has a special program designed to encourage boys to read more.
Liberal strategists are confident they can take Cambridge from the Progressive Conservatives on Thursday, noting they were close in 2007.
The Liberal leader's campaign has been up and down Highway 401 in the past month, but McGuinty has made only one trip to northern Ontario in search of votes.