MPP's go on extended break from legislature

While the province may be open for business, Queen's Park will be quiet .

Ontario MPP's are heading home to their ridings for an extended break from the legislature.

Yesterday, the Ford government called an extended recess and MPP's won't return to the legislature until October 28th
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says either Premier Doug Ford wants to campaign for Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer or Scheer wants Ford to hide until after the federal election.

Recent polls show Fords popularity is lower than Former Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynnes heading into last year's provincial election

There is speculation Scheer fears Ford may hurt the Tories chances of winning in Ontario ridings.