The gloves come off in provincial election race
Ontario's three main party leaders came together in Toronto for the first of three televised debates leading up to the June 7th provincial election.
Kathleen Wynne, Doug Ford and Andrea Horwath had their game faces on.
Most of the sparring was between Wynne and Ford.
Horvath joining Wynne, demanding to know what Ford will cut to slash the deficit.
Ford remained vague saying he would reduce hospital wait times, clean up the hydro mess and put money back into taxpayers pockets.
But he did not specifically say what he would cut.
Ford on his part accused his opponents of taxing and spending.
The debate sets the stage for the race that officially begins tomorrow.