COALITON CREEPS INTO ELECTION CONVERSATION

May 28, 2014

By Bob Komsic

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The question is direct.

The answer not so much.

The premier’s being urged to clearly state if she’d be in favour of a possible coalition with the NDP if the Tories win a minority June 12th.

While campaigning in Markham, Kathleen Wynne said, ”I’m not ruling out anything except working as hard as I can over the next 16 days to make sure that we get to Queen’s Park and we can implement our plan.  I’ve demonstrated how I can work in a minority parliament.  That’s how I would continue to work in a minority parliament if that is what the people of Ontario decide.”

In Toronto, NDP Leader Andrea Horwath also refuses to say much about a possible coalition, pointing out such talk must wait until after the election.

On the matter of a provincial pension plan, Horwath said New Democrats would consider it if there’s still a federal government refusing to tackle pension reform after next year’s federal election.

Meanwhile, during a stop in Niagara Falls, PC Leader Tim Hudak defended the numbers used for his Million Jobs plan.

He says the calculations are based on a ”mountain of evidence” that tax cuts create jobs.

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