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Premier Kathleen Wynne gives a thumbs up to a party member following the reading of the throne speech by Lt. Governor David Onley at Queen's Park in Toronto on Feb. 19, 2013.
Premier Kathleen Wynne gives a thumbs up to a party member following the reading of the throne speech by Lt. Governor David Onley at Queen's Park in Toronto on Feb. 19, 2013.
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A money-saving reform Ontario Liberals and Tories might both agree on

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Long before they know what will be in the first budget introduced since Kathleen Wynne became Premier, Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives said they plan to vote against it. As has consistently been the case since the 2011 election, the Official Opposition will avoid anything that could be seen as propping up the minority government it spends most of its time criticizing – leaving that to the third-party New Democrats, if anyone.