The twists and turns of Ontario's election campaign have made it impossible to predict whether a majority or minority government will be elected in Thursday's vote. Several possible scenarios are in play. Here's what the experts are saying.
After four days of painstaking "scientific" efforts to identify the victims of a horrific attack in Toronto, authorities released on Friday, April 27, 2018, the names of eight women and two men who died when a van mounted a sidewalk, mowing down pedestrians in its path.
Ten people died and 15 others were injured when a van mounted a sidewalk and struck multiple pedestrians along a stretch of one of Toronto's busiest streets, authorities said Monday, calling it "a horrific attack."
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, whose Liberals face an uphill battle in the spring provincial election after 15 years in office, countered her opponents' election promise of change with one of her own on Monday, March 20, 2018, saying only her party can deliver "big change."
Christine Elliott initially disputed Saturday's results, alleging they stemmed from "serious irregularities" in the vote. Her campaign had also said that she garnered a majority of votes and had won a majority of ridings in the leadership race. But on Sunday, she conceded following a private meeting with the winner, Doug Ford.
A band of masked vandals describing themselves as "ungovernables" roamed through a stretch of an Ontario city hurling rocks at small businesses and causing up to $100,000 in damage, local police said on Sunday, March 4, 2018.