June 7, 2019 •
Ontario Legislature Adjourns, Moves Return Date
The Legislative Assembly of Ontario adjourned its legislative session on June 6 and voted 64-35 to not return till October 28, a week following the federal election.
Ontario is expected to be a major battleground in the upcoming election, with the Conservative Party hoping to make major gains in the province.
Members of opposition parties suggest the extended break is an attempt to avoid hurting the Conservative Party’s chances to regain control.
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