There will be three Provincial elections in Canada in 2018. New Brunswick votes on September 24th. Quebec votes on October 1st. But it is June 7th that will likely run away with the most ink, the most rhetoric and the most coverage for the entire country. Ontario will go to the polls on June 7th and Canada's most populous province and biggest economic force has a decision to be made.
Kathleen Wynne has had anything but a smooth ride and there are plenty of reasons why - real and imagined. For all of 2017, polling had her Liberals on the way out come election day. Corporate media has been only too happy to convey this scenario. But the end-of-year polling showed a virtual dead heat with the Progressive Conservatives. The PCPO leader, Patrick Brown, has lost the early momentum and paid for the occasional candidate that revealed too much of their personal convictions, reinforcing the lingering party image. The Ontario NDP leader, Andrea Horwath, will lead her party for the third election on her watch. Will she be "out-lefted" by the Liberals?
The pre-writ games have started with the New Year and it's gonna be interesting, inflammatory and intriguing.
Dave Glover hosts Canada's Only Holistic Political Chat - The Drive Time weekdays at 4-7pm EST on https://northumberland897.ca/ and he returns to The View Up Here to discuss what it is that Ontarians have against Kathleen Wynne, what the election issues may be and what the alternatives to Liberal government could actually hold in reality with today's Ontario
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