Queen's Park

(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
Sol Mamakwa, NDP MPP for Kiiwetinoong, stands in the Legislature during Question Period, in Toronto on Nov. 6, 2019. (Chris Young/CP)

’As a First Nations MPP in Ontario...I cannot deny my loneliness.’

Sol Mamakwa: Every day I enter Queen’s Park, I see paintings of Queen Elizabeth, the faces of former premiers, and speakers of the house. I see them, but they don’t see me.
Ont Liberals AGM 20190607

Doug Ford does the low-poll (cabinet) shuffle

Tabatha Southey: Doug Ford didn’t appoint a Minister of Whining About Not Being Able to Buy Beer at the Corner Store, but does it really matter?
Doug Ford;  Christine Elliott

Doug Ford and a truly weird, bitter, team-building Question Period

Paul Wells: When the chips are down in truly strange circumstances, Ford’s MPPs are backing him.

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.
Ontario legislature throne speech

Ontario Liberals release the 2018 budget: full video

Charles Sousa tabled a deficit budget heading into an election. Watch his speech here.
Patrick Brown

Patrick Brown denies sexual misconduct allegations: Transcript

Brown: ’I reject these accusations in the strongest possible terms. It’s not my values, it’s not how I was raised, it’s not who I am.’
Photograph of the maquette of Queen Elizabeth II. (Yolanda vanderGaast)

A gift for a Queen and Canada

The sculptor’s vision of the Queen: ’purposefulness, focused, effective and serene’

Kathleen Wynne distances herself from former McGuinty aides

Those who face charges ’were never on my staff,’ Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne tells Evan Solomon
Bonnie Lysyk

Not in their shoes: The problem with value-for-money audits

Paul Boothe on the case of Infrastructure Ontario, and why the main flaw of the Ontario Auditor General’s report was its creeping subjectivity