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From teacher strikes to tax fights - here's what to expect from Doug Ford and Ontario politics in 2020 - 2019-12-31

F182.png From teacher strikes to tax fights - here's what to expect from Doug Ford and Ontario politics in 2020 December 31, 2019, Mike Crawley, CBC News

For Premier Doug Ford and his Progressive Conservative government, 2020 will bring the midway point of their four-year mandate, a new opponent leading the Ontario Liberal Party, and fresh challenges to keeping their outstanding campaign promises.

A provincial law sets June 2, 2022, as the date for the next election, which means Ford has two years to reverse his low polling numbers. If a week is a long time in politics, two years is an eternity, so plenty can and will happen until then.

Here's what you should look for from the Ford government and the Ontario political scene in 2020.

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