Doug Ford won election a year ago
The province has seen a whirlwind of a year since the Progressive Conservatives swept to power in last June's election.
Doug Ford's victory ushered in a busy political year, with the new premier eager to put his stamp on the province by checking off a significant portion of his campaign promises.
He's undone many of the Liberals' signature policies, including a cap-and-trade system to limit greenhouse gas emissions, worker-friendly labour laws and a basic income pilot project.
Ford has also axed the offices of the Francophone and environmental commissioners, weakened species-at-risk provisions and cut the size of Toronto city council roughly in half.
The Ontario election was June 7th 2018.
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