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The Ontario Liberal Party will attempt to win their fifth consecutive general election, dating back to 2003.

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Another two Chinese tourists were badly injured and were in "acutely serious condition," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

It said China had dispatched a medical team accompanied by diplomats to assist the North Korean side.

Ontario Provincial Police announce charges under the provincial act against Gerry Lougheed and Patricia Sorbara (CEO and director of the 2018 Liberal campaign) for alleged bribery during a 2015 byelection.

Second televised debate, moderated by Steve Paikin and Farah Nasser, held at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto and aired on CBC, CTV, Global, TVO, CPAC, CHCH and other outlets. According to Toronto Star columnist Susan Delacourt, voters are motivated by a desire for change—such desire being more driven by emotion than by ideology—and one researcher has estimated that more than half of the electorate was undecided in who they were likely to vote for.

Evolution of voting intentions during the 2018 Ontario provincial election campaign. Trendlines are local regressions, with polls weighted by proximity in time and sample size.

95% confidence ribbons represent uncertainty about the regressions, not the likelihood that actual election results would fall within the intervals.

In this Sunday, April 22, 2018, image taken from video footage by China's CCTV via AP Video, a bus which carries Chinese and North Koreans is seen overturn after an accident in North Hwanghae province, south of Pyongyang, North Korea.

(CCTV via AP Video) BEIJING - A traffic accident in southern North Korea has killed 32 Chinese tourists and four North Koreans, Chinese officials said Monday.

Other details on the backgrounds of those killed and injured and the circumstances of the accident were not immediately disclosed.

Chinese tourists are among the largest groups of visitors to the isolated, hard-line communist state, where they often pay homage at sites related to China's participation in the war.

National Post columnist Josh Dehaas suggested that the small population sizes of the ridings might violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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