The premier has laid out her plan to move ahead, with job creation as priority number one.
The province's Lieutenant Governor read a 45-minute Speech from the Throne entitled "Build Ontario Up" at the legislature, stressing he's proud to witness the changing face of politics. David Onley pointed to not only having the first woman Premier in Kathleen Wynne, but the most elected female MPPs.
Onley outlined not only the government's plans to grow the economy but to introduce an Ontario-based pension plan, build new transit and infrastructure, and improve healthcare as well.
There were also vows not to raise taxes such as the HST, gas tax or income taxes for middle income earners. However, the premier will continue with her plan to hike them for those who make over $150,000 a year.
Onley revealed what Newstalk 1010 told you first - the province would be increasing international trade missions, including one to China this fall.
The Liberals maintain they'll be able to balance the budget by 2017-18.