There's no wrong time to make the right decision.
I made a commitment... both to myself and to some supporters to carefully consider a run for the Liberal leadership for the Liberal Party of Canada.
I would also argue... that we are, by inclination and in terms of our history, we are small 'l' liberals, we Canadians.
Your kids are going to do well in the workplace of the future if they can bring creativity, if they can bring some innovation, if they can bring some entrepreneurialism.
It has been an incredible honour and privilege to serve Ontarians as their premier.
My challenge is to convince Ontarians that the old world is not coming back.
There's the job and then there's my family. There's very little time beyond that for friends.
Our generation has taken to the cosmetic use of pesticides and I think, perhaps unwittingly, not fully understanding the dangers it represents to ourselves and, most importantly, to our children.
When we talk about the minimum wage, we have to ask ourselves what it is that we owe both our workers and employers. I think clearly we owe them fairness.
I am going to put money into education at the expense of other programs.
Even if you didn't lose your job, if you're one of the two-thirds of Ontarians who don't have a pension, you lost savings. Even if you've earned most of that back now, you are a changed person. You are less secure, less confident. And I understand that.
I've tried to lead a progressive, activist government.
So I am, in fact, very optimistic about the future of my federal party.
The baby boom is about to become a patient boom.
There is kind of a typical experience as a premier. You go in, you win a couple, you get out. Go serve on boards, take your head out of the political ringer and take on a much more private life.
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