Kathleen Wynne's Political Future

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Although she continues to insist that she'll lead her party into the next Ontario election in June 2018, rumours persist that Premier Kathleen Wynne may step aside and let someone else try to refresh the Liberal brand. The polls for the party have been soft, and Wynne's personal approval numbers are the weakest in polling history. The Agenda looks at whether this will prompt the premier to rethink her future, or is she still the Liberals' best and most competitive bet for 2018?
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