TORONTO - Ontario's new premier armed herself with a larger cabinet and fresh blood in key portfolios Monday as she prepares
Sandra Pupatello's return to politics was short-lived. The former Windsor West MPP who finished second in the Ontario Liberal
Former education minister Kathleen Wynne won the party's leadership race Saturday with 1,150 delegate votes, with longtime
Sandra Pupatello is widely seen as the front-runner to become Ontario's next premier, but her biography remains a mystery
More than 2,000 members of the Ontario Liberal Party will be heading to Toronto next weekend to choose their new leader and
It's a crucial weekend in the race to succeed Dalton McGuinty as premier and leader of the Ontario Liberals. About 45,000
As the Ontario Liberal Party prepares to host delegate election meetings across the province this weekend, all signs point to a victory for Kathleen Wynne. She continues to demonstrate the organizational strength and critical levels of support needed to become the Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party. Glen Murray chose to drop out of the race and endorse Wynne prior to delegate election meetings where delegates, who will ultimately elect the next leader, will be elected themselves. Assuming his supporters follow him, Wynne's advantage going into this weekend's delegate election meetings is significant.
The Liberal Party is split on who is best positioned to win -- but we seem to agree on one thing: it's gonna be a girl. This isn't some instance of affirmative action. From every conversation I've heard, Liberal partisans want the most qualified person to be Premier. It's just that most Liberals believe the best person is either Sandra Pupatello, the front runner, or Kathleen Wynne, her clearest rival.
Former cabinet minister and current Ontario Liberal leadership hopeful Sandra Pupatello says a quick election isn't on her
TORONTO - A last-minute entrance by former government services minister Harinder Takhar means there are now seven candidates