Posts Tagged ‘ Ontario byelections 2013 ’

August 1 Ontario byelections : a bit of a surprise — Libs 2, NDP 2, Cons 1

Aug 2nd, 2013 | By | Category: In Brief

Not long ago I overheard a local politician of more or less conservative bent answering a question about Kathleen Wynne’s performance as Ontario Liberal premier so far.  Some people, he suggested, belong to a party because they know they couldn’t get elected if they belonged to the party of their heart. Premier Wynne is a […]



August 1 Ontario byelections : Just how much trouble are Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals in — and does it matter?

Jul 31st, 2013 | By | Category: In Brief

[FOR BYELECTION RESULTS SEE “August 1 Ontario byelections : a bit of a surprise — Libs 2, NDP 2, Cons 1.“] The headline for Adam Radwanski’s report in the Globe and Mail yesterday — “Ontario Liberals bracing for the end of Kathleen Wynne’s momentum” — captures the minority governing party’s worst prospects for the mini […]



Ontario mini-election on August 1 could be (a little?) more serious than we think

Jul 5th, 2013 | By | Category: In Brief

[UPDATED JULY 6, 7, 13 — for byelection results see “August 1 Ontario byelections : a bit of a surprise — Libs 2, NDP 2, Cons 1.” ]. A mere four weeks from yesterday — on Thursday, August 1, 2013 — Canada’s most populous province of Ontario will be holding a kind of mini-election. As […]