July 2nd is the magic date for those at Queen's Park.
That's when Kathleen Wynne says Ontario's Lieutenant Governor agreed to bring the legislature back.
She met with David Onley on Friday morning to hammer out the details.
Getting back to work means MPPs and cabinet will be sworn in, a throne speech will be read and a budget will be tabled.
Wynne says she's working on fulfilling campaign promises as soon as possible, such as capping hospital parking fees for those who make frequent visits.
Also on the top of her priority list: bringing back the committee looking into the gas plant scandal to write it's report and make recommendations to the government.
Wynne was also pressed by reporters on if this means she'll drop the Libel suit against Tim Hudak and the Tories, after they alleged she oversaw email deletion in the scandal.
She wouldn't give a definitive answer yet, only saying she hasn't spoken with her lawyers her lawyers yet.