In the second of our interviews with Ontario party leaders, this week we are joined by Steven Del Duca, leader of the Ontario Liberal Party. The extent to which Del Duca can make an impact with Ontario voters over the next few weeks will be crucial in deciding whether the OLP and NDP split the progressive vote, or one of them is able to unite the public behind them enough to prevent a second term for Doug Ford.
This past weekend, Ontario Liberal Party leader Steven Del Duca made a bold proclamation. Declaring that ranked ballots would be returning not just as an option for Ontario municipalities, but will be the way we elect our provincial legislature going forward.
Progressive Conservative Minister of Municipal Affairs Steve Clark is inserting himself into Hamilton’s Boundary Expansion debate. Why does a Minister need to write Op-Eds in favour of expansion when it is up to the municipality to make that call?