Ontario's Finance Minister Dwight Duncan is making good on his promise and is retiring from provincial politics.
Duncan made the announcement via his Twitter account on Thursday morning.
Today, I'm submitting my resignation as MPP for Windsor-Tecumseh, effective Feb 14. It's been a privilege to serve in public office. #onpoli
— DwightDuncan (@DwightDuncan) February 7, 2013
Duncan has been an MPP for Windsor-Tecumseh since 1995 and Ontario's finance minister since 2005. His departure from Queens Park isn't a surprise. Just days after Dalton McGuinty announced his intentions to resign in October, Duncan did the same.
McGuinty also took to Twitter this morning to congratualate his long-time colleague:
— Dalton McGuinty (@Dalton_McGuinty) February 7, 2013
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