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Ontario Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne speaks to supporters after winning the Ontario election in Toronto on Thursday June 12, 2014.
Ontario Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne speaks to supporters after winning the Ontario election in Toronto on Thursday June 12, 2014.
(Frank Gunn/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals are champion Ottawa gripers

The re-election of the federation’s biggest grumbler means Stephen Harper will spend much of the time before the next election nursing a political headache.

Kathleen Wynne’s Ontario Liberals haven’t just crossed swords with Mr. Harper’s federal Tories, they have become a government of grievance against Ottawa. And that could weigh down Mr. Harper’s re-election hopes, which depend on winning swing voters in Ontario.