The electoral prospects of the Ontario Liberals have improved under Kathleen Wynne, as MPPs return to work at Queen’s Park this week. But the margins are incredibly slim, meaning the fall of her minority government could be a gamble for any of the three leaders in Ontario.
The Progressive Conservatives and Liberals are effectively tied in support, based on the latest averaging of polls conducted mostly after the OLP leadership convention. The two parties have 31 per cent support in the province, with the New Democrats trailing at 29 per cent. Read the full article.