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Ontario provincial election results 2014

Posted by Derek Flack / June 13, 2014

Ontario provincial election results 2014The 2014 Ontario provincial election results show that Kathleen Wynne's Liberals have taken a majority government. Polls were all over the place leading up to the election, so it was at least something of a surprise to witness how quickly a majority was declared. Although a few ridings are still up in the air (it remains particularly close in Beaches - East York as I write this), the picture as it stands now breaks down like this:

  • Liberals: 59
  • PC: 27
  • NDP: 21

Kathleen Wynne becomes both the first woman and openly gay candidate to be elected the premier of Ontario. In that sense, the victory is historic -- all the more so because neither of these things seemed to be an election issue. In the wake of the Liberal triumph, PC leader Tim Hudak stepped down, though he will stay on as MPP for Niagara West - Glanbrook. He promised to do as much in debates leading up to the election, so the decision is hardly a shock.

Ontario provincial elections results mapFrom a Toronto perspective, the region is a sea of red. With the exception of Toronto Danforth and Parkdale - High Park, the city elected Liberal Candidates. Even Trinity Spadina, long an NDP stronghold with Rosario Marchese, went to the Liberals under the candidacy of Han Dong. Etobicoke - Lakeshore, the sole PC riding heading into the election, also went to the Liberals, with Peter Milczyn edging out Doug Holyday.

It's difficult to say exactly what a Liberal Majority will mean for Toronto in the long term, but Kathleen Wynne was quick to emphasize her commitment to the expansion of transit infrastructure in her acceptance speech, an issue that is crucial to this city's future well being. $15 billion over 10 years might not be enough to address the GTHA's transportation problems, but plans like the electrification of GO rail lines are good news for Toronto.

It also doesn't hurt that this Liberal victory was built on the back of GTA voters, who made their allegiance plain to see. Hopefully the party will reward that loyalty over the next four years.

For a riding-by-riding breakdown of the results, check out this handy map from the Canadian Press.

Photo by Mark Spowart



Adios muchachos / June 13, 2014 at 01:01 am
Goodbye Hudak. Goodbye Harper. Goodbye Ford. Get lost, the lot of you and go play golf somewhere.
Joey / June 13, 2014 at 03:32 am
I'm feeling very grateful about Milczyn's win. I like to interpret Holyday's loss as punishment for being one of Ford's allies.
Amy / June 13, 2014 at 04:46 am
Well if Ontario voted Kathleen Wynne back in then I have reason to to believe Rob Ford still has a chance with the voters as well.
Sue / June 13, 2014 at 05:40 am
Hold her to her promises and platform people!
Sue / June 13, 2014 at 05:41 am
Here come the job cuts and tax increases.
Who?Dak / June 13, 2014 at 06:16 am
Goodbye Mr. Teaparty! No Republicans here!
steve / June 13, 2014 at 07:35 am
Shame on you Ontario
There hasn't been a government that needed to be thrown out this badly since Paul Martin
Bring on Ford. / June 13, 2014 at 07:47 am
Wow Ford does have a chance of getting reelected, if Ontarians are voting for corruption.
steve replying to a comment from steve / June 13, 2014 at 07:47 am
Mike Harris was more deserving, voting for Tim Hudak would have just returned the same.
PCs / June 13, 2014 at 08:16 am
To paraphrase a couple people above: Ontario votes for corruption, so therefore Ford still has a chance.

Well, here's the difference. If the Ontario PCs had put up ANY sort of reasonable person as their leader with ANY sort of reasonable centre-right PC platform, we'd have woken up to a PC majority this morning. Instead it went 100% the other way. Little nazi squirrel Hudak scared the crap out of people. If you liked him....know that you are WAY WAY WAY in the minority.

Stamp you foot all you want. The PCs imploded. They did not need to do that to themselves but they did. So there you go.
PCs / June 13, 2014 at 08:17 am
Ooops, forgot to bring my point back to the Fords. With the Fords, there are reasonable alternatives. In the Ontario election, there were no reasonable alternatives. That's the difference.
Grant / June 13, 2014 at 08:33 am
Toodles, Hudak.
Jeff / June 13, 2014 at 08:35 am
55% of the seats, with 38% of the vote.
Gotta love democracy.
Rose / June 13, 2014 at 08:36 am
Bring on Ford, you do know that Ford also aligns himself as a Progressive Conservative, right?
DL replying to a comment from Adios muchachos / June 13, 2014 at 09:00 am
Can I ask how, exactly, your life is worse off than when Harper first took office? I'm yet to hear a good answer as to why. I understand the other two (Hudak's a clueless dork, Ford would call that description a compliment) but exactly what has Stephen Harper done to make Canada a worse place to live in the past decade?
Alex / June 13, 2014 at 09:03 am
Thanks to all the people that were too chicken shit to vote Green. Now we're stuck with "the lesser of 3 evils". Good job. Still, I'm glad Hudak didn't win, but look at the message we're sending to the government. You can be a total fuck up for years and slightly change your tune at the last minute and STILL WIN. Like taking candy from a baby. I love Canadians, but good god, we are a bunch of door mats.

matts / June 13, 2014 at 09:03 am
I am glad Liberals won but for everyone's sake, I hope they adopt a page or two from the PC platform because Ontario's debt has become a huge problem, no matter what party you support.

DL replying to a comment from steve / June 13, 2014 at 09:05 am
The problem was the alternative was, frankly, crap. There is something to be said about how sad it is that we as voters essentially paid no mind to the fact that the Liberals have wasted billions on cronyism and graft, lied repeatedly about raising taxes, and ballooned the deficit to the point where Ontario's debt is the largest non-federal government debt on the planet, essentially because the alternative was a guy who was an even bigger joke than all that was. How sad.
Alex / June 13, 2014 at 09:05 am
Also, why wasn't the Green party in the televised debate? How is that legal? That doesn't seem very democratic to me.
DL replying to a comment from matts / June 13, 2014 at 09:06 am
If they don't rein in the spending, Ontario's credit rating is going to be downgraded again in short order and we are in serious, serious trouble. This is what the PC's should've been campaigning on, because literally nobody realizes it.
DL replying to a comment from Alex / June 13, 2014 at 09:09 am
Why weren't the commies? The Rhinocerous Party?

Simple rule: Don't have official party status? Don't get to debate. Why waste everyone's time?
Alex replying to a comment from DL / June 13, 2014 at 09:30 am
Why aren't they an official party?

DL replying to a comment from Alex / June 13, 2014 at 09:32 am
A party requires 8 seats in the Ontario Legislature in order to attain official party status.
CaligulaJones replying to a comment from PCs / June 13, 2014 at 09:38 am
Bang on. I don't know any Tory who thought Hudak was a good choice. As one of the commentators last night said, his promise to cut 100,000 jobs was over 8 years. That's 1% a year, which is what Wynne will be facing as well. Why did I hear that at the last minute?

OPSEU president Smoky Thomas said it best: at least Hudak was honest. That is a great thing about Tories: they stab you in the front.
?? replying to a comment from Alex / June 13, 2014 at 09:39 am
I think you answered your own question.
Davy Gravy / June 13, 2014 at 09:42 am
Here's a fringe benefit of the election: next time there's a discussion of Rob Ford's corruption, incompetence and deceit, there won't be a chorus of dimwitted clods popping up in the comments here bleating about "Wynne!" and "gas plants!" and "billion-dollar boondoggles!"

Oh, what am I thinking? Of course there will. Never mind.
Akira / June 13, 2014 at 09:56 am
I am glad we are not PC! Ontario needed to go back to being Liberal.

Now for the Federal election assuming it will not be rigged..... again.
Bob / June 13, 2014 at 09:56 am
Was this election for the city of Toronto or a provincial election??? The rest of this province surely can not be happy this morning but as long as Torontonian's can travel in more comfort I (living 300km's away) will be glad to pay for it. Good job you bunch of lemmings!
Wah replying to a comment from Bob / June 13, 2014 at 10:03 am
If you don't think that better transit infrastructure in Toronto would benefit the entire province, that's your problem. I live in Toronto but it's not like I don't worry about the state of our farmlands hundreds of kilometres away. Get over it.
#FordMoreYears / June 13, 2014 at 10:04 am
Great news for us! We all know the Liberals were a corrupt and scandalous party and they still got back in. Our boy Rob yes has had a scandalous run as mayor but he's coming back July 1st he's still in swinging distance in this race. He's going to come back a lean, mean, political machine.

See you all October 27th!!

Rob Ford on Wynne victory: 'Voters are never wrong'
DL replying to a comment from Davy Gravy / June 13, 2014 at 10:05 am
Do you honestly believe that Rob Ford was more corrupt than the Liberals have been? I mean, doofus? Drunken drug abusing bigot? Sure. But I'm yet to see any confirmed instances where public money was funnelled to friends and supporters of Rob Ford in the ways the Libs did it for a decade. Anybody who knows how Toronto's municipal governance works knows it's pretty difficult to siphon money from City Hall coffers.
Cathy / June 13, 2014 at 10:05 am
Hey, the liberals support unions, the unions vote liberals, one hand feeds the other, that will be the downfall of Ontario, and on the way get your wallet out.........Don't want to say I told you so....
Chaplin Estate Guy replying to a comment from PCs / June 13, 2014 at 10:06 am
Agree totally with PCs. The Hudak Conservatives forgot / ignored all the moderate Progressive Conservatives in the GTA. Take a look at the electoral map. All that's left of the PCs in the Legislature are a pack of knuckle-draggers from the backwoods and Christine Elliott. There was no groundswell for a return of the Harrisites.
DL replying to a comment from CaligulaJones / June 13, 2014 at 10:07 am
Hudak was a terrible candidate the first time, and an even worse one the second. Someone from federal level needs to step down to the provincial PC's and give the people something to actually think about. All anybody heard was "AHHH 100,000 jobs cut!", when the reality was "100,000 jobs that, through attrition, will no longer be on the books."
Bob / June 13, 2014 at 10:11 am
Really....have you ever seen a windmill in your back you ever actually set aside 15 billion for infrastructure improvements and had it come up short....well your about to. Let me know how that works for all of us. I am originally born and raised in your now great megalopolis but I just can't handle the geographical monopoly on these elections. Really 37% of the vote in the real world is clearly not a majority.
Harper... replying to a comment from DL / June 13, 2014 at 10:33 am
Here's one person's take on that question:

And that's only one part of why he's terrible.
Sister Sledge replying to a comment from Bob / June 13, 2014 at 10:40 am
Would you be saying the same thing if the PCs were elected with 38%. I'm sure that's the same number that got Harper into office.
Bo replying to a comment from Akira / June 13, 2014 at 10:44 am
Umm, I know I've been living out of the country for a few years now, but I believe the PCs have been out of power for over 10 years now in Ontario.
jaaaaaaaat replying to a comment from Jeff / June 13, 2014 at 10:44 am
i am sad i have to remind you of this 6th grade social studies lesson - but the candian system is based on people voting for their local representative. not the overall party, or the overall party leader. It is about protecting local interests. it is not heavy handed popular vote. note how certain areas (like the 'burbs) voted in a conservative, while urban places voted in a liberal.

Please educate yourself, it is part of being a citizen.

DL replying to a comment from Harper... / June 13, 2014 at 10:49 am
Yeah that doesn't answer anything. All that article states is why Elizabeth May's career suffers at the hands of a better politician; I'm asking why Harper's time in office, most of which by the way was spent running a minority government with input from the opposition, has negatively impacted ordinary Canadians.

The people who complain about Harper always sound a hell of a lot like the people who complained about Chretien (including Harper himself). The fact is we've been lucky that we went from one pretty good prime minister to another (with a speed bump named Paul Martin). Our economy is pretty stable given the way the world economy hasn't been, we have a modicum of respect on the world stage due to the causes we've supported (and some we haven't, even if Harper inexplicably wanted to while he was in opposition), and our dependency on the United States is arguably at an all time low.

So once again, what is it about your life that is worse now than it was a decade ago, and what fault of Harper's is it?
Ray / June 13, 2014 at 10:59 am
I have to give it Hudak for being honest. Under the liberals are taxes are going to skyrocket while she tries to keep the unions happy all while trying to stick to her budget promises.

Tim Hudak learns that honesty is an awful policy
#FordMoreDrugs / June 13, 2014 at 11:06 am
Apollo Health + Donnelly=corruption. Drugs, drunkeness, prostitutes, criminals=evil. Corruption + evil meana GOODBYE, FUCKFORD!
Mr. Economist / June 13, 2014 at 11:09 am
37% debt to GDP ratio best in the world...and its Ontario. You Hudakites should have taken economics in university. Hudak's program smelled to every professional economist except the tea party wingnuts.
FIBerals replying to a comment from #FordMoreDrugs / June 13, 2014 at 11:10 am
Ornge + MARs + Gas Plants + Corruption + dunk driving = Hello Liberal Party, Welcome Back
Mark / June 13, 2014 at 11:18 am
Ontario had a choice last night and we chose liars, thieves and corruption. I guess we like being a have-not province and receiving handouts from other provinces. Given that the people who voted for Wynne are usually on the receiving end of handouts themselves I guess this makes twisted sense.
Mark is right / June 13, 2014 at 11:26 am
Mark is correct. Ontario is a have-not province and it is going to get worse. For you Game of Thrones fans out there, the Ontario government is now basically the Lannisters. In power but out of money with creditors closing in. Good luck Ontario, we're going to need it.
Ray replying to a comment from Yep...Ray is dead right / June 13, 2014 at 11:27 am
Ohhh so deeper in debt is wiser, I see. Create a province that's the most expensive for people to live in and business to operate in, that's wiser? Wow I wonder if you run you're own house hold budget that way? Or you most likely don't follow any budget and have no idea where your money is coming or going.

Kathleen Wynne’s reality: Ontario’s massive debt cannot be ignored
Ray / June 13, 2014 at 11:29 am
Yeah our $267.5-billion debt load is rowing at a faster rate than the economy!! All news to celebrate!

Currently, the province pays $11-billion annually in interest payments only to finance its debt — money that is not going toward paving roads, building public transit, hiring more teachers and shortening wait times in hospitals.
CaligulaJones / June 13, 2014 at 11:38 am
Best takeaway from this for conservatives (and Conservatives and Progressive Conservatives, although perhaps not progressive conservatives) after another 4 years, the next Mike Harris will make last Mike Harris look like Oliva Chow.
Mich / June 13, 2014 at 11:49 am
In an election of 3 terrible choices, Ontario chose the least worst. I disagree with parts of the Liberal platform but am relieved that we have avoided the neo-liberalism, austerity driven and environmentally damaging Hudak platform.

This election was a pretty clear message to the PCs that such backward platforms are not welcome in our progressive province.
What a party / June 13, 2014 at 11:58 am
Kathleen Wynne's hungover and didn't make it to work today.

We don't have to start on the plan today we have 4 years to get it done.

NativeTorontonianAl / June 13, 2014 at 12:09 pm
'If voting made any difference they wouldn't let us do it.' - Mark Twain
Alix James replying to a comment from Mich / June 13, 2014 at 12:11 pm
If by "progressive" you mean Liberals, sure. If by "province" you mean "GTA", sure:
MH replying to a comment from Ray / June 13, 2014 at 12:39 pm
Ray, you can quote numbers that spell out the reality of the mess that the Liberals have created as much as you want. You can list the endless stream of mismanagement, deceit, waste, and mind-boggling arrogance that the Liberals have demonstrated for over a decade. But, as is evident by the majority of comments on this site, all you will get in response for trying to address the actual issues is mindless repetition of Liberal campaign propaganda - i.e: "TeaParty" this/ "Mike Harris" that. These people couldn't distinguish between their own thoughts and Liberal sloganeering if their lives depended on it. What they have done is send a clear message - not just to the Liberals, but to all parties and the governing elite: 'Ontarians don't care how badly you govern as long as you tell them what they want to hear. Feed them a few bromides and you can get away with pretty much anything. It's that easy.'
Tim Hudak / June 13, 2014 at 12:49 pm
!1,000,000 ! Jobs!...Can I have one? Trickle down to me! Negative corporate taxes...beat out Mexico for that car plant! See, Right to Work meant powerless, poor, people so they would work for peanuts!
Harper Makes Ontario Perfect After 8 Years in Power / June 13, 2014 at 12:54 pm
8 years in power with neo-con Hudak policies have made Canada perfect, especially Ontario. The 95¢ dollar..umm,, I meant,...The surplus Paul Martin gave Harper...umm,, I meant, Lowering taxes did not result in deficits...umm....Never mind.
Davy Gravy replying to a comment from DL / June 13, 2014 at 01:07 pm
Where did I say he was more corrupt?

Oh, that's right, I said no such thing. Didn't even imply it.
MH replying to a comment from So what, MH??? / June 13, 2014 at 01:27 pm
The inability to see your own hypocrisy is hilarious. It confirms my suspicion that many of those on the Left who vehemently criticize anyone who continues to support Ford despite his obvious unsuitability for the Mayor's office...are the same people who would gleefully and knowingly support a corrupt and incompetent provincial Liberal Party. The intellectual dishonesty required to do this and still somehow believe you are any different than the Ford supporters you look down upon is breathtaking. There is simply no need to take the opinions of such a person seriously.
Dear Mr. MH / June 13, 2014 at 02:02 pm
Conflating voting Ford/Liberal is intellectual dishonesty, your comments the merest of polemics. Pretending not to see any difference between an addicted, corrupt municipal politician in a weak mayor system and a political party that made a couple of serious mistakes is adolescent sophistry of the type that politicians employ. Grow up!
iSkyscraper / June 13, 2014 at 03:12 pm
Very pleased to see that the Tea Party rhetoric that Hudak tried to introduce was quashed, hard. There is no place for that in Canada. I've watched it destroy US politics and all the talk of "takers" and "job creators" and "entitlements" and such on the Sun comment boards was getting nauseating. My extended family has traditionally voted PC, but Hudak was an impossible option.

I am saddened, though, to see Ontario turn into New York and other US states, where voting patterns are permanently locked into rural-urban divides. Here is a map of the Ontario results:

Now here is a map of the last Texas election for governor:

Look familiar? Cities and areas with factory workers vote one way, small towns and rural areas vote the other. It's been this way for a few elections now and I find it rather sad. Compare to, say, the 1987 Ontario election map:,_1987

Or the 1990 map:,_1990

It didn't used to be cast in stone that cities and rural would be so different in voting patterns. Too bad.
dj53 / June 13, 2014 at 05:06 pm
Seems to be a lot of anger and glee over the election results.heres my perspective; the partys didn't win or lose but were given a direction by you the voters ( the Boss). Heres the direction; all of the people didn't vote for you. they also didn't vote against you. they voted because they believed what you promised,and what your opponents promised. if you take the ideas from all partys in the race and best adapt them to the direction you think the province should go and it works out to the betterment of the province, we will let you lead the next time.
Davy Gravy replying to a comment from Mark / June 13, 2014 at 05:25 pm
Thanks for vividly confirming that I described you perfectly.

There's not going to be any bankruptcy (which I'm sure is going to be terribly disappointing for you). All that happened here is your little bug-eyed boy was denied the opportunity to enact Common Sense Revolution Part Deux. That's what would have crashed Ontario. Thankfully, it's not going to happen now.

BTW, before he disappears for good, you might want to ask him whatever happened to the Eglinton subway.
Don't worry hunnee / June 13, 2014 at 05:45 pm
"The good news is that Ontario is not in a state of financial crisis" - The Globe and Mail editorial, June 13, 2014. I guess not all Hudak supporters are as ignorant as MH.
wait...what? / June 13, 2014 at 05:48 pm
But...if there is no financial crisis, why did Hudak and friends spin off into the 7th dimension?
Joe / June 13, 2014 at 05:53 pm
I was a little surprised by the majority victory but then again I'm never surprised by the stupidity of a portion of the electorate. Wynne will help to bankrupt this province. Get ready for rolling strikes and major(by major, I mean in the thousands)of brothers and sisters of the various unions losing their jobs long before their pensions are due. There may not even be pensions for some. The major corporations like Unifor and the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan won't be effected but young teachers will be shown the door. Also, many members of OPSEU will be upset to learn that when it comes to Economic Darwinism, the solidarity rhetoric goes out the window and family members will be royally f#$%ed over. I love this:)
Ally replying to a comment from Jeff / June 13, 2014 at 06:34 pm
Joe, Joe, Joe / June 13, 2014 at 06:58 pm
The end is nigh! Bring out your dead! The world will end in 3 days! Joe, I think that's more your style, eh?
Agalfromsmall Rural replying to a comment from NativeTorontonianAl / June 13, 2014 at 07:25 pm
Love the Mark Twain quote!!!!
Agalfromsmall Rural replying to a comment from Tim Hudak / June 13, 2014 at 07:35 pm
Is it the Negative Corporate Taxes or Greedy Corporations?!?
Thanks Joe! / June 13, 2014 at 07:36 pm
I read your comment and just a downpayment on a cave with running water to move into; Wynne is so scary!
I locked meself in me barn! / June 13, 2014 at 07:41 pm
Me hopes the boogeywynne don't get me!
Aron / June 13, 2014 at 08:15 pm
Like many others I didn't want liberals or conservatives running Ontario but one of them were going to be elected so I had to go with the lessor of two evils sinse NDP wouldn't have a chance of getting in they were a wasted vote. Steps have been taken to prevent another gas plant boondoggle and so we shall see what liberals do now that they have a majority.
People simply didn't want what Hudak was proposing.
Too radical. Indeed Ontarios debt has to be addressed and the liberals know this but so we shall see what happens. No point in name calling here , the majority has spoken.
fatafr / June 13, 2014 at 08:17 pm
The liberals managed to win a majority government ??? Hudak had to work very hard but, somehow, he found a way to blow the election, again.... That took a lot of effort and creativity. But he did it and for that failure, Hudak is rewarded with what he should have done prior to this election- step down !!! But these conservatives have clearly shown that they have some dumb & dumber people in the backroom. Now let's see what Wynne will do. I'm very concerned with where this once proud province is heading. I just have to repeat it; I'm very concerned with the financial state of this province. Unless I'm missing something, I think we are in very dire straits and I don't think the liberals have the wherewithall to steer this ship in the right direction. Stay tuned for the down grade of Ontario's credit. Get rid of the deficit by 2018 ???......... I would suggest, don't hold your breath folks.
#FordMoreYears / June 13, 2014 at 11:36 pm
If Wynne can get in, Robbie can still get in! Against all odds! Robs coming back July 1st, let's do this Toronto!

The redemption the resurrection. OCT.27.2014
Daton / June 14, 2014 at 01:53 am
I doubt Rob Ford could be reelected and his voter backing has deminished sharply , add to that many compitent candidates now running for mayor. John Tory could do the same job minus the drunkedness and dope use and associating with criminals. But then Olivia might get in and she has strong backing so in any event it should be interesting.
Safe hands / June 14, 2014 at 07:15 am
Its Kathleen's Ontario the rest of us just live here.
#FordMoreProsturutes / June 14, 2014 at 07:42 am
Apollo Health & Donnelly & Gangs & Mafia will vote Ford, so he does have a chance!! Wowsers!
Greg / June 14, 2014 at 07:52 am
75% of people said they wanted change, but we got the same provincially. I don't know anyone that said they wanted the same government back in but then look at what we got.
#FordMoreProstitutes / June 14, 2014 at 08:14 am
Can't type when I use crack!
john willow replying to a comment from MH / June 14, 2014 at 08:47 am
How is it that a corrupt, incompetent government has been doing the lowest per-capita spending of any Canadian province? The wild spending is a fantasy that uneducated types such as yourself cling to because it feeds your resentment that reality is not conforming to your wish list of very low taxes, no benefits for the poor, and of course, no government workers enjoying a comfortable life style built on working steadily at jobs they applied for many years ago. The province is moving forward. You and your sour grapes are frozen in time.
john willow replying to a comment from Joe / June 14, 2014 at 08:54 am
You're a nasty little piece of work, Joe. You would enjoy watching workers lose their jobs? Unfortunately for you, it won't happen that way. The government is more intelligent than that, and the simple-minded zero-sum game that you entertain is not how they do business. An economy is a complex thing, and if you spent even a fraction of the time you waste trying to demonize Kathleen Wynne on actually studying measures implemented from the Drummond recommendations combined with safeguards against job loss, you'd be a lot farther ahead.
john willow replying to a comment from Bob / June 14, 2014 at 08:59 am
Who are you kidding, Bob? The GTA is 41% of Ontario's tax base. Its wealth is paying for subsidies to your area. You ain't subsidizing nothing. Lemmings? You aren't in any position to be calling anyone names.
Bob / June 14, 2014 at 11:48 am
the word is plurality and I do remember you in high school. Are you still student body president?
If Kathleen can steal from Rob Fords playbook and win, Ford has anchance gett back in! / June 14, 2014 at 09:31 pm
Kathleen Wynne channels Rob Ford
Tim Hudak / June 15, 2014 at 02:53 pm
Wha' happened? 100,000 jobs cut...but not MINE!
We got Hudak! / June 15, 2014 at 05:55 pm
user-pic are NEXT!
Mr. Economist / June 16, 2014 at 08:31 am
A change to the Criminal Code means 4 years of imprisonment at a Canadian university or college of your choice, studying economics, for any use of the phrase "household budget" or similar terms, in assessing the condition of any governmental financial circumstances.
John Maynard Keynes / June 16, 2014 at 11:08 am
Long overdue change to the Criminal Code! Huzzah! Pip Pip!
Bob is 300 km away! / June 16, 2014 at 07:27 pm
Bob...try 600 km next.
Hey Bob! / June 17, 2014 at 12:53 am
Yer my uncle!
#FordMoreYearsRehab / June 18, 2014 at 02:45 pm
Is Ford in Wizard of Oz rehab? You know, for a brain...and a heart...and some character?
Timmy Hudak, Tom Long, Debra Hutton & The Little Shits™ / June 20, 2014 at 06:47 pm
I know we smell but you didn't hafta flush us without wiping!
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