It's Election Day in Ontario
After a month of politicians campaigning across Ontario, it's your turn to speak.
Voters cast ballots Thursday in an election that polls suggest is a neck-and-neck battle between Doug Ford's Progressive Conservatives and Andrea Horwath's New Democrats.
Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne conceded last weekend she wouldn't be returning as premier as her Liberals languished a distant third in the polls.
17 new ridings have been added for this election, bringing the number of seats in the legislature to 124.
63 seats are required for a majority.
The polls are open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 7.
Click here for more information about where to vote, and what to bring with you.
Over the past four days, more than 300,000 elementary and secondary students across the province cast their own ballots in a mock election.
More than 2,800 schools registered to participate, which represented all 124 electoral districts.
36 schools in Kingston took part in the student vote and the results will be released once the polls.