Feb 18, 2013
By Bob Sheppard
Premier Kathleen Wynne will face her first major test in the top job when her government’s throne speech is unveiled Tuesday (February 19).
Read by Lt. Gov. David Onley, the speech outlines the government’s agenda at the start of the legislative session.
It’s also a confidence motion which means it could trigger an election if both opposition parties vote against it.
But Wynne has promised that there will be something in the speech for the Progressive Conservatives and New Democrats.
She says her talks with Opposition Leader Tim Hudak and NDP Leader Andrea Horwath have been productive, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be bumps in the road.
Wynne says it’s up to them to decide if they want to work with the minority Liberals to make the parliament work.
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