Paul Calandra is probably a realist.
Party members have chosen the delegates who will pick Katheen Wynne’s replacement.
Crucial votes on Feb. 8 and 9 will decide who actually gets to vote for the person who could become Ontario's premier.
The former minister promises 50 per cent off public transit and 800 million trees.
"... the excitement on people’s faces is palpable."
The Ontario Liberal leader says her move is about getting out of the way.
Wynne conceded that her chances of staying premier are slim.
The Ontario Liberals' election platform makes many promises to improve mental health, but given their track record, it is hard to believe a word of it.
After years of waste and mismanagement by the Kathleen Wynne and Dalton McGuinty governments, taxpayers do indeed need relief.
Bureaucratic impediments and regulations make simple, common-sense solutions to fight climate change a no-go in Ontario.