09/10/2011 04:01 EDT | Updated 11/10/2011 05:12 EST

Leaders pitch to Hamilton, Toronto voters

Two of the major party leaders are looking for votes in Toronto and Hamilton on Saturday.

Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak was in Toronto, continuing his attack on Liberal Leader Dalton Mcguinty, who is seeking a third term.

He said McGuinty has broken past promises not to raise taxes, and will do so again. McGuinty recently denied that.

NDP leader Andrea Horwath is campaigning in Hamilton, promoting the job-creation plan she launched Friday to reimburse employers 20 per cent of the wage for new hires for one year, up to $5,000 per worker.

She's also going Scarborough. McGuinty has no public events Saturday.

Hudak has attacked McGuinty's job plan, which would provide a tax credit worth up to $10,000 for business expenses related to on-the-job training for a professional up to one year. Hudak said McGuinty will hire "foreign" workers over Canadians.

But McGuinty said the program is for new Canadian citizens trained overseas, so the professionals who are driving cabs get experience so that they can get certified.