It's been almost one month since Dalton McGuinty prorogued the legislature and I doubt the opposition will get him a cake to mark the occasion.
There have been almost daily calls to bring Queen's Park back and they have fallen on deaf ears.
But did we really expect otherwise?
McGuinty had a course already mapped when he announced his plan to prorogue minutes before he revealed he would be stepping down. And while many say it had to do with the gas plant controversy (which I don't doubt), it was also to make sure the province wasn't thrust into an election with the Liberals leader-less.
The premier left the decision up to the next guy or gal in charge as to when to come back and unless the opposition can find an urgent matter worthy of recalling the legislature, it will stay as-is until at least the end of January when the Liberals hold their leadership convention.
Until then, we'll see more calls to bring things back from the opposition and more defensive moves from the Liberal government.
Like I said: as-is.
Katie Franzios is Newstalk 1010's Queen's Park Bureau Chief. Find her on Twitter: @katiefranzios