Mcguinty Liberals

How McGuinty Stopped a Train and Started a Fight

Charlie Angus | Posted 11.30.2012 | Canada Politics
Charlie Angus

They call it "Black" Friday -- September 28th, the day passenger train service died in Northern Ontario. The loss of public transit has exposed a deep political divide between the north and south in Ontario. The train has always been the primary symbol of who we are as a region, and the decision to kill the Northlander will set the political discourse in Northern Ontario for years to come.

Thumbs Up For Ont. Liberal Leader

CP | Maria Babbage, The Canadian Press | Posted 11.28.2012 | Canada Politics

OTTAWA - Ontario's Liberals are backing embattled Premier Dalton McGuinty's leadership, despite disappointing electoral results and a looming battle w...

Ontario Politics Needs a Little Less Liberal Arrogance

Peter Worthington | Posted 11.19.2012 | Canada Politics
Peter Worthington

If there was ever a good time to pull the plug on Dalton McGuinty's minority Liberal government, that time is now. An election now will rid the province of Liberal arrogance for a while, and that's a positive. McGuinty's leadership will be "reviewed" by Liberals on September 28. Speculation is that if an election looms, McGuinty might resign rather than be defeated.

Tories Blast 'Lame Duck' Ontario Liberal Session

CP | Keith Leslie, The Canadian Press | Posted 02.09.2012 | Canada Politics