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Two provincial leadership hopefuls visit Guelph

Two of the candidates vying to replace Dalton McGuinty as Liberal party leader and as Ontario’s premier visited Guelph on the weekend.
Kathleen Wynne, who recently resigned her post as Ontario’s Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing and Aboriginal Affairs to run in the leadership race, attended a meet-and-greet event Sunday afternoon along with local MPP Liz Sandals. The event was held in the party room of the Mill Lofts on Ontario Street.
Gerard Kennedy, a former Ontario education minister who lost his federal seat in Toronto in the 2011 federal election, appeared at noon Saturday at Williams Coffee Pub on Edinburgh Road South. The stop was part of a tour by Kennedy across the province, a news release said.
Wynne, the MPP for Don Valley West, has won endorsements from Sandals and fellow Liberal MPPs John Gerretsen, Mario Sergio, Linda Jeffrey, David Zimmer and Reza Moridi, a news release said.

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