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Wynne hits new ratings low, poll finds

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath remains the most popular of the three main party leaders, with a 33% approval rating. “Both Kathleen Wynne and Patrick Brown...

Premier Kathleen Wynne hails crusaders in gay rights struggle

Canada's first openly gay premier paid tribute to Canada's gay-rights crusaders as she addressed a national conference Friday in London for lesbian, gay, bisexual and...

Can Wynne win in 2018?

The OPP union used the image of a uniformed officer to urge people not to vote for then party leader Tim Hudak, which would have...

Explain refusal, Wynne tells teachers

Ontario Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne (L) speaks as Charles Sousa, Minister of Finance, listens on as the Ontario Legislature it is back in session on...

Police officers walk the beat in downtown London. (CRAIG GLOVER, The London ...

Soaring contract arbitration awards became a heated issue in last year's Ontario election, with then-Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak saying “a broken arbitration system” was...

Slew of strong candidates for Tory leadership

Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak quit the night of the June 12 election, plunging his party into a leadership frenzy that will likely see a...

Free Press staff

Premier Kathleen Wynne will be among the speakers to address a conference of more than 1,500 municipal politicians and staffers coming to London next week.