ONTARIO LIBERALS MAY NOT CHOSE NEW LEADER UNTIL 2020

Jan 05, 2019

By Maria Madden

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It could be 18 months before we learn who will head up the Provincial Liberals on a long term basis.

Interim leader John Fraser says the party may wait until after the upcoming federal election, set for October 21st, to choose Kathleen Wynne’s successor.

Fraser says the party has to consider the impact of the federal vote, which is likely to draw on provincial resources but that the party would not wait to begin it’s rebuild.

The party lost official party status in the legislature after winning just seven seats in last spring’s provincial election.

 

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