Daniel Kitts is the editor of TVO.org's Next Ontario section.
The Tories win a majority government, the NDP becomes the official Opposition, the Liberals hang on to a handful of seats, and the Greens elect their first MPP.
Doug Ford becomes Ontario's 26th premier as Progressive Conservatives win majority.
The party leaders make their final pitches as voters head to the polls.
Doug Ford continues to deny allegations made against him in a lawsuit, while PC candidate Raymond Cho apologizes for his physical altercation with a Grade 7 student.
A multimillion-dollar lawsuit alleges that Doug Ford mismanaged his family business, while polls put the Progressive Conservatives in majority-government territory.
Polls continue to show a tight race between the Progressive Conservatives and the NDP, while the Green Party may be poised to win its first-ever Ontario seat.
The major party leaders respond to Donald Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs, while Doug Ford denies breaking his promise to release a costed PC platform.
The Progressive Conservatives break their promise to release a fully costed platform, while the Liberals lose union support after attacking the NDP.
Polls show the PCs and the NDP neck and neck, while two candidates face photo-related controversies.
Doug Ford boasts about the quality of his team but still has no platform, while Andrea Horwath has a platform but faces questions about the quality of her team.
Kathleen Wynne, Doug Ford, and Andrea Horwath face off in the last leaders’ debate of the campaign, while another poll shows the NDP in the lead.
Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford denies having paid for anyone else’s party membership, while support for the NDP surges.
The Liberals say they have evidence that directly implicates PC leader Doug Ford in nomination irregularities, while the NDP calls for investigations into 12 Tory contests.
The Liberals and the Tories sharpen their attacks as polls show the NDP gaining ground.
The NDP faces criticism over its plan to close the Pickering nuclear plant — and over the $1.4 billion error in its platform.
NDP leader Andrea Horwath admits that her party’s platform includes a $1.4 billion error, while Tory leader Doug Ford faces criticism for not making himself available to reporters.
Tory leader Doug Ford faces controversies on the campaign trail, while the Liberals and the NDP spar over auto insurance rates.
PC leader Doug Ford promises to cut gas taxes by 10 cents, while the Liberals call for the dismissal of two controversial Tory candidates.