Ontario election 2014

Don’t do that again: Paul Wells on the Ontario election fallout

Both the PQ and the Progressive Conservatives bet early on big, bold platforms—so much for that idea

Kathleen Wynne: ‘I never took anything for granted’

Kathleen Wynne on winning, new jobs, old scandals, the province’s pension plan and the touchstone in her life

Kathleen Wynne’s path to victory

A dauntless campaign helped propel the Ontario Liberals to a majority government, despite a record of scandal

‘A kick in the teeth,’ PC supporters respond to Hudak’s resignation

A sombre mood as the Ontario PC leader steps down


What Ontario’s party leaders had to say on election night

For the record: Who said what after the votes were counted

Ontario: History is written by winners

Paul Wells on what winning means for Wynne

Ontario votes: We sent a sketch artist to cover the political circus

Toronto artist Sarah Lazarovic live sketches from Liberal party HQ. Follow along as she updates through the night

Ontario: That wasn’t so bad

Paul Wells explains why the Ontario election has been one of the best political campaigns he’s seen in a while

A place to (not) grow: Ontari-ari-ari-old

The reality is Ontario’s creaking workforce is likely to upset everyone’s plans, no matter which party wins the election

Blame the nerds for low voter turnout

How data-driven election campaigns are short-circuiting the political conversation

Get to voters while they’re young

Preventing shoddy voter turn out should start as early as elementary school

Are voters ready for Tim Hudak’s gamble?

By targeting jobs, the PC leader has embraced the stern-father role. Is that what Ontarians want?