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Doug Ford set to officially become Ontario premier, reveal cabinet

Doug Ford set to officially become Ontario premier, reveal cabinet

Doug Ford is set to officially become the premier of Ontario today, weeks after leading his Progressive Conservatives to a sweeping victory in the provincial election
Capital region follows majority of province, turning mostly blue

Capital region follows majority of province, turning mostly blue

More than half of the local provincial ridings went to the Tories, although the Liberals retained a few seats and the NDP gained new ground.
Ottawa's 2018 provincial election in photos

Ottawa's 2018 provincial election in photos

Ottawa's mayor congratulates PCs on majority win, thanks Kathleen Wynne

Ottawa's mayor congratulates PCs on majority win, thanks Kathleen Wynne

Mayor Jim Watson says he wants to build a working relationship with Ontario's new government, and mentions Phase 2 of the Light Rail Project.
Your election night coverage, all in one place

Your election night coverage, all in one place

Everything you need to know before, during and after this provincial election can be found right here, on OttawaMatters.com, in various mediums.
Jim Watson weighs in as voters head to the polls

Jim Watson weighs in as voters head to the polls

The Mayor is encouraging voters to choose the best local candidate they believe will do the best job in their riding and for the city.
Voters get incorrect polling information from Ottawa-Vanier Liberals

Voters get incorrect polling information from Ottawa-Vanier Liberals

The Ottawa-Vanier Liberal campaign says it was a mistake, but one that was only caught after the flyers were sent out.
Final polls show plenty of MPP turnover in Ottawa

Final polls show plenty of MPP turnover in Ottawa

Data from Mainstreet Research shows the city going from five Liberal MPPs to just one, while the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party is expected to dominate local rural ridings.
Election day: what you need to know

Election day: what you need to know

The most-noticeable change is the addition of electronic vote tabulators, but some voting locations have changed.
Liberal campaign puts up 'Stop Doug Ford' signs in city's south end

Liberal campaign puts up 'Stop Doug Ford' signs in city's south end

The large, yellow signs encourage voters to stop the PC leader by voting Liberal.
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