It was a Liberal love-in at Queen's Park on Tuesday as all 58 MPPs met after their majority win last week.
Standing in front of a crowd of MPPs who jumped to their feet when she entered the room, Kathleen Wynne thanked them and party staff for last week's election result.
Wynne pointed to things which she believes helped them get a majority, from an Ontario Pension plan to building roads and bridges. She says it's all part of what she calls her "activist-centrist" approach.
Wynne says they have a lot of work to do to keep the trust of those who voted for them and to earn the trust of everyone.
Both veteran MPPs and new faces were in the crowd.
It was in stark contrast to the Tories get together yesterday which had some calling for leader Tim Hudak's head.
Up next for the Liberals: a new-look cabinet, a throne speech, and a budget.