It's time for the 'now what' game in Ontario politics.
On Thursday, Premier Dalton McGuinty failed in his bid to regain a Liberal majority at Queen's Park after winning only one of two by-elections — the Liberals won in Vaughn but lost in Kitchener-Waterloo to the NDP candidate Catherine Fife.
As a consequence of these results, pundits, analysts, and politicos are left with the question: Now what?
'Now what' for McGuinty who orchestrated the two by-elections in order to put an end to a dysfunctional minority legislature?
The Toronto's Star's Martin Regg Cohn wonders if the writing is on the wall for the Grits.
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