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Premier Kathleen Wynne says that when it comes to restaurant menus the more people know, the better off they will be.
Premier Kathleen Wynne says that when it comes to restaurant menus the more people know, the better off they will be.
(Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail)

Ontario premier’s office faces shakeup ahead of election

When a key player exits the Ontario Premier’s office at the end of this week, the move will solidify a transition from the campaign team that put Kathleen Wynne in power to the one that will try to keep her there.

It also leaves lingering questions about the dynamics that caused the staffer to move on.