Live Ontario Election 2022 Coverage

Jun 2, 2022 | Headlines, Ontario Election 2022

Table of Contents: Latest News | Radio Updates | Follow the leaders | Party Results Breakdown| Riding Map | More From Humber News

The latest updates from Humber News

Listen to the latest update from Humber News

Co-hosts Vina Nguyen and Ryan Edralin deliver election updates at 10:30 p.m. Tim O’Shaughnessy provides more updates from the results desk.

Follow the leaders

Doug Ford, Progressive Conservative Party Leader, Etobicoke North

Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford addresses media during a press conference at the HVAC-R training facility in Brampton, Ont. Wednesday, May 25, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Cole Burston

Doug Ford has been re-elected as Premier of Ontario for a second term.

He forms a majority government as leader of the Progressive Conservative Party Leader.

“Thank you for sharing this unforgettable moment,” Ford said, addressing a cheering crowd of supporters.

Read our full story here.

Check out our profile on Ford here.

Andrea Horwath, New Democratic Party Leader, Hamilton Centre

Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath speaks to London West MPP Peggy Sattler during a campaign rally in London, Ont. on Sunday, May 29, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Geoff Robins

Ontario New Democratic Party Leader Andrea Horwath won Hamilton-Centre, leading by 7,327 votes with 40 out of 53 polls counted at 10:20 p.m.

The Ontario NDP has been declared the official opposition party with 29 seats.

Read our full story here.

Check out our profile on Horwath here.

Steven Del Duca, Ontario Liberal Party, Vaughan—Woodbridge

Ontario Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca makes an announcement on stopping Doug Ford at the Humber River-Black Creek campaign office of Liberal candidate Ida Li Preti in Toronto on Wednesday, June 1, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Aaron Vincent Elkaim

Liberal party leader Steven Del Duca lost his bid to take a seat in the Ontario legislature.

PC incumbent Michael Tibollo was declared the winner 40 minutes into ballot counting in Vaughan-Woodbridge riding.

Read our full story here.

Check out our profile on Del Duca here.

Mike Schreiner, Green Party of Ontario Leader, Guelph

Ontario Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner claps for candidate Dianne Saxe during a press conference at Bloor-Bedford Parkette in Toronto as part of his campaign tour, on Tuesday, May 17, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Tijana Martin

Green Party leader Mike Schreiner has won his riding of Guelph beating his closet rival Peter McSherry of PC Party.

Schreiner had a lead of 26,142 votes with 83.72 per cent of polls reporting.

Read our full story here.

Check out our profile on Schreiner here.

Back to Latest News

Party Results Breakdown

Map Breakdown

Read more from Humber News

Ontario election offers little for college, university students (read here).

Ridings to watch in Ontario Election 2022 (read here).

Green Party promises support for small business if elected (read here).

Party platforms aren’t addressing international students, advocates say (read here)

Ontario Liberals vow to end housing affordability crisis (read here).