Citing unprecedented first-year pace, Ford government to adjourn for extra-long summer break - 2019-06-06

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F182.png Citing unprecedented first-year pace, Ford government to adjourn for extra-long summer break June 6, 2019, Canadian Press, CBC News

Ontario's elected representatives were headed home to their ridings Thursday as the legislature was set to begin an extra long summer break that will last until after the October federal election.

The legislature normally rises in early June and resumes shortly after Labour Day, but Premier Doug Ford's government adjourned the house until Oct. 28.

That's after the federal election, which NDP Leader Andrea Horwath thinks is the reason for the long break.

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{{cite news | title = Citing unprecedented first-year pace, Ford government to adjourn for extra-long summer break | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/queens-park-summer-break-1.5164942 | work = Canadian Press | publisher = CBC News | date = June 6, 2019 | accessdate = June 9, 2019 }}