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"We’ve worked hard to deliver results. It’s not everything we wanted. It’s not everything people have told us they need. But we’re proud to deliver results that will make people’s lives better and government more accountable."
This year's Khalsa Day celebrations drew a crowd that included vote-seeking politicians and young Sikhs trying to change the menu.
Premier-designate Wynne ahead of rivals Tim Hudak and Andrea Horwath.
No need for a spring election, NDP leader maintains.
After a week of budget chicken, everybody's ready for summer vacation. Who were the winners and losers?
Dwight Duncan says the budget vote will proceed as scheduled tomorrow, but wasn't feeling concilliatory in a fiery statement this afternoon.
NDP leader says her party will let the provincial budget pass, but won't budge on opposing four schedules that have to do with labour negotiations.
The dust is finally settling on the Ontario budget debate, and whoever won, it wasn't taxpayers.
McGuinty agrees to surtax on top earners, NDP agrees to back budget.
Thousands rally outside of Queen's Park as Liberals and NDP enter final budget negotiations.
It's still a long shot, but the odds of a provincial election are ticking up slightly as nobody wants to back down on budget talks.
The liberal "austerity" budget isn't making the opposition parties especially happy, but it won't trigger an election.
The Liberal budget has little to please and something to annoy everyone. But the only question that matters is, will it cut the deficit?
Tories comes out firmly against the budget, NDP hedges its bets on public consultation.
The Ornge scandal just keeps getting uglier. Will it cost Deb Matthews her job?
Ontario waits with bated breath as the budget gnomes toil away in the bowels of Queen's Park. The big question is, who's going to get hurt the most?
This week, a rare moment of political cohesion as all parties agree that anti-bullying legislation is necessary and important. Residents of Ontario should be proud.
Dalton McGuinty's Throne Speech this week told us we're in for a choppy ride. The question is, what's going to get chopped?