We never received a solid plan from Doug Ford.
"The NDP has been flogging their carbon tax now for the past two years, spending, I think, $9 million tax dollars promoting it to Albertans", Kenney said.
She said she has spoken with Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford and congratulated him on his victory.
Despite failing to win government, Horwath's position is likely safe, experts said.
Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford's victory in Ontario could signal change to some of the Liberal government's high-profile housing sector initiatives, including the 15-per-cent foreign-buyers tax introduced past year. "The party with the taxpayers' money is over - it's done".
Lori Williams, associate professor of policy studies at Mount Royal University in Calgary, said Ford's impact on Alberta's political scene, particularly on Notley's or Kenney's fortunes, largely hinges on how well his government performs and is viewed by voters here.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has won her seat in the provincial election.
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The court papers indicate Watkins and Wolfe had a "personal relationship" dating back to 2014. The agents then showed Wolfe pictures showing him together with Watkins.
The Liberals appear to have lost party status, with only 7 members elected.
Wynne's low personal approval ratings helped drive the Liberals way down in the polls.
She was gracious in defeat.
Horwath was a city councillor in the steel industry city of Hamilton before becoming the first woman to lead her party.
Barrett and Faulkner are the only returning candidates from the 2014 race, though the Liberals, Libertarian, and NDP parties were all represented. Tonight the people of Ontario have spoken. If Ford goes rogue and turtles in polling popularity, Ontario voters might yet boomerang back to proven leadership in Trudeau in 2019.
The Liberals saw a stunning collapse after leading the province for the past 15 years and capturing a majority government just four years ago.
Ford, 53, is the brother of the late mayor of Toronto Rob Ford, who made global news in 2013 when he admitted to smoking crack cocaine.
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In response to that decision, Garnder threatened to hold up future nominations for positions in the Department of Justice. For his part, Sessions told Colorado Public Radio that he was excluded from conversations between Trump and Gardner.
"When I get elected we'll sit down and we'll make that decision", said Progressive Conservative leader at a campaign meeting in Sault Ste Marie, Not, reports HuffPost. He dismissed allegations that he was involved in selling bogus Progressive Conservative party memberships, a candidate was dropped following accusations he was involved in an alleged theft of customer data at a toll highway operator, and Ford was frequently accused of failing to be transparent by dodging calls to release a fully costed platform. "We owe so much to Rob's legacy - a legacy of service to the people, a legacy started by my father Doug Ford Sr. and a legacy that will continue".
The Conservatives, led by Ford, are on track to win the majority of seats in Ontario provincial legislature, Canadian television networks projected on Thursday.
Wynne, Ontario's first female premier, said she would "absolutely" recommend the job to little girls, despite the difficulties of the role. "We can't stay here", she said.
Charles McVety, an anti-gay preacher who runs an organization that promotes homophobic conspiracy theories, told his Facebook followers that the election results show God "heard our prayers and delivered victory for the sake of our children".
But at the time, she urged voters to cast their ballots for her party to try to stop the PCs and NDP from winning majority governments. He said the source of the deficit is nearly entirely the result of tax cuts which is a stark change from the era of higher spending and taxes. If Ford follows through on a promise to cut Ontario's corporate tax rate to 10.5 percent from 11.5 percent, it could ease investor concern the province is losing competitiveness to the United States.
While it's certainly an important right, I'm not sure it's greater than the right to life, the right to a fair trial, the right to clean water, the right to fair wages and the right to express your opinions freely and openly, whether you're registered to vote or not. Some electors may be voting in a different location or electoral district for this election.
He also said in a March interview with The Globe and Mail that he was considering eliminating the 15-per-cent tax on foreign buyers in a broad region around Toronto, which premier Kathleen Wynne introduced in April, 2017.
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He also felicitated his Chinese counterpart on the successful conduct of SCO Summit in China . The numbers have climbed further after the accession of India and Pakistan.