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Christine Elliott to announce run for PC leadership

TORONTO – Christine Elliott will announce her intention to replace Tim Hudak and lead the Progressive Conservatives at a press conference Wednesday.

The PC MPP has held Whitby-Oshawa (previously Whitby-Ajax) by substantial margins of victory since 2006, when her late husband, former finance minister Jim Flaherty, jumped from provincial to federal politics. 87 more words

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Liberal Majority in Ontario

Now that the dust has settled in the 41st general election in Ontario, let’s look at the results:

Ontario

Ontario Election: Evaluating Voter Engagement In My Riding Of Parkdale-High Park

Obviously some of the onus is on voters to research candidates, platforms, and issues, and to think for themselves about who and what they want to cast their ballot for. 435 more words

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What Your Vote in The Provincial Election Might Say About You

This article will inevitably make people angry. The title alone is calculated to provoke. That said, this is satire. Feel free to criticize, disagree, condemn, and argue over my portrayal of the different parties. 706 more words

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Signposts

There is nothing new under the sun. Somebody said that, anyway. I was thinking of that expression the other day, because Ontario goes to the polls in just two days. 685 more words

4 things that happened on the campaign trail Sunday

1. In a clear sign of what we’re in for during the last days of the campaign, Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne told a Mississauga crowd that a vote for the NDP is a vote for Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak. 324 more words

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Chianello: Hudak returning to Ottawa indication of how close the race is

In case there was any doubt how close the provincial race is heading into the last few days of the campaign, look no further than the Ottawa hustings Monday, which will feature the somewhat unexpected return of Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak. 688 more words

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