With all the information that the media disseminates, sometimes it is still hard to look outside our bubbles to find the best candidate for all Ontarian citizens and not just elect someone to get rid of someone else. Ontario Vote Compass 2018 is a way of figuring out which party best aligns with your values. https://votecompass.cbc.ca/ontario/home
And here are the Party Platforms as of the Macleans article June 2, 2018
Looking into facts is an important skill when you are wading through this stuff.
For example Doug Ford has stated that Ontario has highest hydro rates in all of North America. However, as we have heard with President Trump, sometimes people just make statements so they can get people on their side and against the opposition. So it is helpful to use fact checker sites to verify what people have said. Such as: https://www.thestar.com/news/queenspark/2017/08/11/the-truth-about-hydro-in-ontario-a-fact-check.html
And it isn't always about the upcoming election, remember if something sounds too good to be true or too bad, there are sites to help you decipher fact from fiction. https://canadafactcheck.ca/ and here https://www.snopes.com/tag/canada/
And finally be prepared: check out this U of T site Top 10 tips to voting.
Trust me. Speaking up and doing reality checks about what people are important skills for building resilience. I'm encouraging you to do this with the election because then you take the skills of thinking for yourself, knowing who you are and doing reality checks into all of your relationships and jobs. You are building your own resilience as you build the country's resilience! You are focused on and managing what you have control of even if you don't get everything you want. That's all we can do in life.
See you at the polls!