Friday, April 6, 2018


   TORONTO — Ontario's governing Liberals are scrambling to fill major gaps in their roster just two months before a spring vote after several long-serving legislators, including cabinet ministers, announced they won't be seeking re-election.
    Three Liberal members of the legislature said Thursday they won't be running in the June election, the latest in a string of senior Liberals who have bowed out.
    Minister of Consumer Services and Persons with Disabilities Tracy MacCharles, International Trade Minister Michael Chan, and legislator Grant Crack announced their plans to leave political life in separate statements.

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