We have never known what criteria the media organizations that conduct the election leaders' debates use to decide which parties get invited. Until now.
It was the first Speech from the Throne for the new majority Liberal government. It was also David Onley's final throne speech as lieutenant-governor. But many eyes were on Ontario's 24th premier, who ended his self-imposed exile and attended this opening day of the 41st Parliament.
Steve Paikin writes that, try as they might, the small "c" conservatives just can't seem to win elections in the province of Ontario. Maybe that's because after all these years, it's still Bill Davis' Ontario.