Kathleen Wynne is Canada’s least popular premier, as her job performance rating among Ontarians has ranked at a mere 15% approval rating.
In about a year, Ontarians will head to the polls. Wynne’s government is trying to win back support by introducing a plan to raise the minimum wage from $11.40 to $14 an hour in 2018, and $15 in 2019.
Wynne also launched the “Ontario’s Fair Hydro Plan” decreasing hydro rates in the province. When she made the announcement on March 2, Wynne called it “the largest cut to electricity rates in the history of Ontario.”
The premier’s approval rating was at its highest back in June 2013 when she was newly elected into office.