Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak fleshed out his One Million Jobs plan today.
Speaking to a crowd at the Chateau Laurier he said he plans to cut corporate taxes and cut personal income tax by 10 per cent.
Part of that plan is also to cut 100,000 public sector jobs to make room for more in the private sector.
Hudak said, along with cutting some jobs all together, some jobs will be contracted out and other cuts will be made through attrition.
Today a press conference, Liberal candidates questioned the plan and how it would hurt health care in the province.
Hudak said he'd make cuts to the bureaucracy and administration to focus spending on front-line care.