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Politics Blog: Wynne becomes Ontario's next premier after winning Liberal leadership race

Sandra Pupatello, right, congratulates Kathleen Wynne after Wynne becomes the new leader of the Ontario Liberal party at the Ontario Liberal Leadership convention in Toronto on Saturday, January 26, 2013. The 59-year-old Toronto politician will be the province's first female and openly gay premier.

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The Globe reported live all day from the Ontario Liberal leadership convention in Toronto, where delegates chose Kathleen Wynne as successor to Dalton McGuinty as party leader and Ontario's new premier. For a breakdown of results from each ballot, click here. For our main story on the convention, click here.

From The Globe were Karen Howlett, Adam Radwanski, Adrian Morrow, Chris Hannay and photojournalists Peter Power and Kevin Van Paassen.

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