Premier Kathleen Wynne warned Liberal MPPs to “get your offshore accounts and passports ready” in an impromptu huddle in the lobby of the legislative chamber on the eve of Thursday’s budget that could spark an election.
Minutes after the private meeting Wednesday, the premier publicly aired her frustration with Horwath.
“I have been trying to get a meeting with the leader of the third party since February to have a conversation about how we might work together to pass the budget,” Wynne said in the legislature.
“My hope is that she will agree to meet with me so that we can look at a path forward. I know that (Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak) has no interest in working with us,” she said.