Ontario PC Leader Candidate Visits Limestone City
One of the people hoping to become the next leader of Ontario's PC party will stop in Kingston on Tuesday.
Caroline Mulroney will meet with her supporters at the Grizzly Grill at 11:00 a.m.
Mulroney will then head east to Smith Falls to speak about her vision for a better, brighter and stronger Ontario.
Her dad, former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney was campaigning for his daughter in Ajax on Monday, and says that her lack of political experience shouldn't stand in the way of her leading the party.
Mulroney says he heard the same criticism during his campaign to lead the federal Conservatives in 1983, but he won the job and led the party to an election victory the following year.
Former Tory M-P-P Christine Elliott, former Toronto city councillor Doug Ford and parental rights activist Tanya Granic Allen are also vying to replace Patrick Brown, who resigned in late January amid allegations of sexual misconduct.