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  1. Reevely: Doug Ford's on-the-fly style continues as Tories cancel...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2018 | Ottawa Citizen

    Doug Ford is sworn in as premier of Ontario during a ceremony at Queen's Park in Toronto on Friday, June 29, 2018. Cabinet ministers Christine Elliott and Vic Fedeli look on.

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  2. Reevely: Ontario Liberals turn to Ottawa MPP John Fraser to pick up the pieces after election lossRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2018 | Ottawa Citizen

    Ottawa South MPP John Fraser speaks outside the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario during the last provincial election campaign. He takes over as interim leader of the Liberal party, trying to get it in order for a permanent replacement for ex-leader Kathleen Wynne.

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  3. Chris Selley: A Doug Ford government could look like almost anythingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2018 | Ottawa Citizen

    Ontario voters rang down the curtain on 15 years of Liberal government on Thursday night by making, in many ways, the traditional choice. Over the past century, with only one not-very-fondly-remembered exception, Ontarians have installed either Tory or Liberal governments.

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  4. Reevely: Doug Ford sued by brother's widow, accused of siphoning inheritanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2018 | Ottawa Citizen

    TORONTO, ONTARIO: APRIL 2, 2015--FORD--Toronto City Councillor and former Mayor Rob Ford embraces his brother Doug Ford after addressing members of the media outside Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital about his condition and when he will have surgery to remove a cancerous growth, Thursday April 2, 2015. [For National Post story by Natalie Alcoba/National] //NATIONAL POST STAFF PHOTO Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford used money improperly siphoned from his late brother's estate to prop up the failing family business, his sister-in-law Renata Ford alleges in a lawsuit filed a week before the imminent Ontario election.

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  5. Reevely: Ford Nation hits Ottawa, touting 'team of all-stars' before provincial electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2018 | Canada.com

    Five days before the provincial election, with his most hated rival taking herself out of the race to be premier, Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford surrounded himself with a "team of all-stars" in Nepean to try to show the Tories are ready to govern Ontario. On his first real trip to Ottawa during the whole campaign, Ford brought with him former leadership rivals Christine Elliott and Caroline Mulroney, placing them on each side of him at centre of a table in the Centurion conference centre on Colonnade Road on Saturday.

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  6. Reevely: Veterans deserve better than petty politics, Royal Canadian...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2018 | Canada.com

    Brad White, the Royal Canadian Legion's national executive director, is upset at the way he says Ontario political candidates have treated veterans' issues as political playthings. The way Ontario politicians are treating veterans and their causes in this provincial election campaign is "abhorrent," the Royal Canadian Legion's national director says.

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  7. Reevely: Wynne makes appeal to francophones as Ontario campaign enters final desperate weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2018 | Canada.com

    When Kathleen Wynne rolled up to the Mouvement d'implication francophone d'Orlans building in Ottawa's east end - more than an hour later than planned, after her charter plan had mechanical trouble in Toronto - she had a job to do. Glengarry-Prescott-Russell is in danger, with two-term Liberal MPP Grant Crack retiring; in Orlans, Marie-France Lalonde has shot up the cabinet ranks in her first term, but is facing a serious challenge from Tory Cameron Montgomery; and the strength of the New Democrats this campaign has rookie Nathalie Des Rosiers in an unaccustomed two-front fight in Ottawa-Vanier.

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  8. Tories manifesto includes tax cuts, spending hikes but no four...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2018 | Ottawa Citizen

    Ontario's Progressive Conservatives promise to cut taxes by almost $6 billion a year and boost spending by $2 billion in what they call their final election platform, but make no mention of another key campaign pledge: a four-per-cent spending reduction across the debt-laden government. The manifesto posted online by the PCs Wednesday also fails to project the Tory plan's impact on overall revenue, spending and deficits, the kind of costing the Liberals and NDP have already released.

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  9. Reevely: Lies, damned lies, and the major parties' hydro plansRead the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2018 | Canada.com

    The Ontario New Democrats' very bad plan for electricity will make consumer hydro bills shoot up, the Progressive Conservatives charged Tuesday. As opposed to the Tories' very good plan, which will make bills shoot up later.

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  10. Reevely: All parties pledge to build a new Civic - but how they'll do it isn't always clearRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2018 | Ottawa Citizen

    Doug Ford and Andrea Horwath would both build a new Civic campus for The Ottawa Hospital, their parties promised Monday, answering a Liberal attack that neither the Progressive Conservatives nor the New Democrats specifically mention the $2-billion project in any of their previous promises. Plans for a major new hospital to replace the century-old Civic building have been in the works for a decade.

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  11. Ontario election debate: Horwath, Wynne and Ford - the final countdownRead the original story w/Photo

    May 27, 2018 | Ottawa Citizen

    Ontario Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne, left, shakes hands with Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, right, behind Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford following the end of the third and final televised debate of the provincial election campaign in Toronto, Sunday, May 27, 2018. Leaders of the three main political parties in Ontario held their final debate Sunday night.

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  12. Reevely: Following the party line, wherever it takes youRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2018 | Canada.com

    Ontario's New Democrats have candidates who represent "bizarre, radical and extreme special interests," the Progressive Conservatives charged Tuesday, including Eastern Ontario's Joel Harden and Ramsey Hart. The idea is that the New Democrats are secretly a bunch of kooks who would build wind farms in your back yard, add socialism to the elementary-school health curriculum and possibly invade Israel.

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  13. Reevely: The messes Ontario's in, how bad they really are, and how we might get outRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2018 | Canada.com

    Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne, centre, Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford, left, and NDP Leader Andrea Horwath take part in the Ontario Leaders debate in Toronto on Monday, May 7, 2018. This is the first of three debates scheduled before the June 7 vote.

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  14. Reevely: Horwath hits Ottawa with NDP's message of gentler change for OntarioRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2018 | Canada.com

    NDP leader Andrea Horwath made a campaign stop in Ottawa Sunday May 20, 2018. Horwath is pictured with the Ottawa candidates outside her bus Sunday morning.

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  15. Reevely: Cheaper driving or better transit - Ontario parties'...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2018 | Ottawa Citizen

    Ontario Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne speaks in front of an O-Train at a campaign stop in Ottawa on Thursday, May 17, 2018. Despite his vows to give Ottawa $1 billion for the next stage of light rail construction, Doug Ford's dodgy budget plan means he can't be trusted to follow through, Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne said in a campaign stop at an OC Transpo train yard Thursday morning.

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  16. Reevely: Doug Ford's pledge to cut gas taxes the latest in Ontario's climate-change omnishamblesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2018 | Canada.com

    If Doug Ford's Progressive Conservatives are elected in June, they'll cut Ontario's gas taxes 10 cents a litre, he promised Wednesday, because prices don't matter, the whole discipline of economics is bull and climate change isn't real. They appear to have most people on their side. 1 comment

  17. Kanata-Carleton PC candidate an Islamophobe the Tories should ditch, Liberals allegeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2018 | Canada.com

    Kanata-Carleton Progressive Conservative candidate Merrilee Fullerton is an Islamophobe who ought to be dumped from the Tory roster, the Ontario Liberals alleged Wednesday, citing online statements from 2015 criticizing face-coverings some Muslim women wear. "Fullerton does not meet the standard to be a candidate for a mainstream political party," the Liberals said in a news release.

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  18. NDP says it's too early to decide on potential coalition with LiberalsRead the original story

    May 13, 2018 | Ottawa Citizen

    Ontario's NDP leader won't commit to forming a coalition government with the Liberals should the Progressive Conservatives win a minority in the upcoming provincial election. Andrea Horwath says that at just under a month until Ontarians hit the polls, it's too early to make any definitive decisions.

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  19. Ford rallies Tory base in Conservative strongholdRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2018 | Canada.com

    On the first day of the 2018 provincial election campaign, Doug Ford waded into Renfrew County on Wednesday to rally his base while reassuring uncommitted voters that he's ready to be the next premier of Ontario. With the writ dropping after midnight, the Progressive Conservative leader chose to make Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, and Tory stronghold federally and provincially, one of his first stops as he embarks on a provincewide endeavour to convince voters over the next 30 days to return his party to government after 15 years in the political wilderness.

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  20. What's new for Ontario's 2018 electionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2018 | Canada.com

    Voters arrive at a polling station in 2014. This time around there will be 17 new seats to be filled at Queen's Park.

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