Ontario Liberal Party Presenting 2013-14 Budget : News Photo

Ontario Liberal Party Presenting 2013-14 Budget

TORONTO, ON - MAY 2: Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne (L) with Finance Minister Charles Sousa tabled the $127.6-billion spending plan Thursday, making official what he had been telegraphing for days. (Andrew Francis Wallace/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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TORONTO, ON - MAY 2: Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne (L) with Finance Minister Charles Sousa tabled the $127.6-billion spending plan Thursday, making official what he had been telegraphing for days. (Andrew Francis Wallace/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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