Wynne bearing brunt of change theme that plagues all incumbent politicians
By Sheila CoppsMay. 28, 2018
Kathleen Wynne’s unpopularity is palpable, whether deserved or not. In reality, she has done a pretty decent job as a leader. But her enemies have been very successful in casting her as the source of all that is evil in Ontario. Voters are in a cranky mood.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, pictured Aug. 27, 2017, at Ottawa's Capital Pride parade in downtown Ottawa.
OTTAWA—Politics is the only profession where the more experience you get, the more people want to get rid of you.
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