Ontario’s opposition parties react to province’s new cabinet, in very different ways

Andy Radia
Politics Reporter
Canada Politics

The Ontario NDP and the Ontario Progressive Conservatives had very different reactions to premier Kathleen Wynne's new cabinet sworn-in on Monday.

[Related: Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne unveils her new ‘fresh-face’ cabinet ]

The Liberal government's front bench now includes 10 new faces while veteran cabinet minister Charles Sousa takes over finance — the highest profile ministry — from retiring MPP Dwight Duncan.

Here is the Tories' 'rebuttal':

[ Related: Ontario Tories launch another attack ad against Kathleen Wynne ]

And here's the NDP's:

Statement by NDP Leader Andrea Horwath

“On behalf of Ontario New Democrats I want to congratulate Premier Wynne on her swearing in, and the new members of cabinet.

“The Legislature will be returning in just over a week, and I look forward to getting back to work and delivering some real positive results for the people who elected us. Last week I wrote a letter to Premier Wynne, setting out achievable, affordable goals that will create and protect jobs, strengthen our healthcare system and make life a little more affordable. My team and I are ready to roll up our sleeves and make life better for the people who sent us here.”

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