"That's not the kind of leadership that we need."Wynne said Blair has chosen to run with Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau because he knows that he would be the kind of prime minister who will work with premiers on issues including climate change, infrastructure, the economy, jobs and growth. "Ontario needs a federal partner," she said. "We need provincial and federal leaders working together to make sure that decisions that are made benefit their shared constituents, because Ontarians are Canadians, they're not a different group of people." She also continued her criticism of Harper for the federal government's lack of support for the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan and of not giving the province "even the minimal support" given to Quebec and Saskatchewan. Wynne has been blasting Harper on various issues since the very beginning of the federal campaign and has vowed to keep fighting against him, though has said she will try again to work with him if he is re-elected on Oct. 19. The Conservatives responded by repeating previous comments that it would not help Wynne bring in a tax hike, and said in a statement that Trudeau's government would also raise taxes for middle class Canadians.
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