Saturday, June 2, 2018


  Toronto Sun:  Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath is no longer ruling out the possibility of forming a coalition government with Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals, installing Horwath as premier, if she fails to win a majority of seats in the June 7 election.
   “If we get there on June 8th, and that’s a decision that has to be made, the question would be, would Kathleen Wynne be willing to work with me?” Horwath told CBC’s Ottawa Morning Friday.
   That’s a flip-flop from Horwath’s firm declaration on May 14 that: “I am unequivocally saying I have no interest in partnering up with that (Liberal) party. They have consistently made decisions that were in their own political best interest, decisions that were in the best interest of the well-connected Liberals and high-income earners that tend to be their friends.”

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