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Ontario Liberal leadership

"I think it’s time for renewal as opposed to somebody of my age coming in."
Her speech was no longer inspiring, her words are now calculated and the minute I approach for a photo-op to remind her about our conversation, I was given a staff members business card to be in touch. She no longer wanted to listen to me. She was in the big league now and retail politics was no longer good political business.
The early numbers are in and they look good for newly-minted Ontario Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne. Contrary to pre-convention
2012-04-27-mediabitesreal.jpg Whatever we may think of the Liberals' new leader Kathleen Wynne and her glamorous status as Ontario's first lesbian premier, the fact remains that Canadians have once again witnessed the extraordinarily undemocratic spectacle of a tiny group of partisans installing a ruler over them.
Sandra Pupatello's return to politics was short-lived. The former Windsor West MPP who finished second in the Ontario Liberal
Ontario's incoming premier has yet to be sworn in, but the opposition parties have already put forward demands they want
Kathleen Wynne's victory speech conveyed the theme of teamwork at the Ontario Liberal leadership convention Saturday night
Ontario Liberals are doing serious business at the party's leadership convention in Toronto this weekend, but that isn't
The convention is tipped as a two-horse race in a field of six candidates, with former Windsor West MPP Sandra Pupatello
The report of the Ontario Social Assistance Review Commission, released October 24, offered some important steps toward health-focused change. Its release was set to spark a badly needed discussion on reform of a broken and anemic system. The surprise resignation of Premier Dalton McGuinty changed that -- this debate has been conspicuously absent.