Horwath and Wynne Meet
It lasted 30 minutes. After Andrea Horwath emerged from the premier's office, there didn't seem to be any smiles.
However, the NDP leader's stern face was the only thing which revealed her frustration. She wouldn't admit to it, repeating it was a straight-forward conversation.
Horwath revealed she laid out her expectations Kathleen Wynne, including priorities of
affordability, curbing youth unemployment, improvements in homecare and closing corporate tax loopholes.
She underlines she hasn't made any decisions on whether to support Wynne's throne speech next week - or even the budget later this spring - without seeing them first.
If the minority Liberals don't get any opposition support, the province would be thrust into an election campaign.
Wynne also sent a letter to both opposition leaders, thanking them for their input. She called meetings she had with Horwath and PC leader Tim Hudak "extremely helpful."
"I trust you will see many of the proposals you conveyed to me reflected in the Speech from the Throne," wrote Wynne.
The premier also revealed her support of not only setting up standing committees again, but creating one to look into the Mississauga and Oakville gas plant cancellations exclusively.
Wynne added she would launch public, pre-budget consultations across the province - an NDP request.