At last weekend's Ontario Progressive Conservative Party convention in Toronto, Premier Doug Ford thanked supporters for helping make his historic victory possible and laid out a vision for what his government plans to accomplish.
According to Ford, cleaning up the mess Dalton McGuinty and Kathleen Wynne's Liberals left after fifteen years in government was no small challenge. That said, Ford vowed to balance the province's budget and fight back against Justin Trudeau's carbon tax.
What a difference a year makes. Under former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown, the party was full of dissension. Now, it is appears more or less united, and governs the province with a super-majority.