Ontarians Head to the Polls Today. Here’s What Millennials Need to Know

A photo-illustration of NDP leader Andrea Horwath and PC leader Doug Ford

Ontario’s provincial election is fast-approaching (the province heads to the polls on June 7), and… a lot of things are happening. On June 2, Ontario premier and Liberal party leader Kathleen Wynne made what amounted to a pre-election concession speech, saying, “It’s not going to be a Liberal government… There is a strong appetite for change, for a change in government. And that’s what we’re dealing with.” Wynne also admitted she wouldn’t be premier after June 7, but encouraged Ontarians to vote strategically to prevent a Conservative or NDP majority.