Andrea Horwath

(Photograph by Wade Hudson)

Kathleen Wynne on her political downfall and the private advice she gave Doug Ford

The former premier of Ontario talks with Paul Wells about her tumultuous legacy, grappling with the province’s anger, and life after politics
Ford attends a press briefing at the Queens Park Legislature in Toronto on Oct. 15, 2021 (Chris Young/CP)

338Canada: Doug Ford’s election advantage

Philippe J. Fournier: An early look at the Ontario election projection shows dramatically different numbers from 2018, but the PCs still benefitting from a divided opposition
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath walks back to her office, following Question Period at the Ontario Legislature in Toronto on Aug. 1, 2018. (Chris Young/CP)

Ontarians won’t tolerate any more tinkering with long-term care

Andrea Horwath: What we are witnessing is nothing less than a fundamental failure of Canada’s governments, private companies and institutions to ensure seniors’ health and safety, which borders on elderly abuse

The right (and wrong) way to leak to a journalist

Stephen Maher: The recent leaking of a draft bill by the Ontario NDP was amateurish in the extreme. Here’s how these things are supposed to work.
Ont Plowing Match 20180918

Hold the constitutional crisis, we have a plowing match to run

Ontario’s quaint tradition has never seemed more detached from the crass reality of its politics

Watching Doug Ford drive the bus

Paul Wells: Ford wants to get on with building more of the sort of Ontario he knows and likes, and less of the sort of Ontario that gets in his way.

These are all the places Ontario Liberals were beaten on election night

The Liberals lost most of their strongholds. They lost to three other parties. And most of the time, it wasn’t even close.
Doug Ford

How Doug Ford did it

Inside the chaotic Ontario election campaign and the last-ditch effort that put the controversial PC leader in the premier’s office

The triumph of Doug Ford

Paul Wells: Governing is hard. Delivering a new era when you actually weren’t really sure what the new era was going to look like is still harder.

Andrea Horwath’s election night speech: ’Change for the better’ — full transcript

The new leader of the official opposition told supporters that the NDP had ’won more seats than we have held in a generation’