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After two months, how is Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne doing?

We check in on Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne: Has she restored her party's hopes or is she still tainted by the final scandal-plagued year of the McGuinty government? We also look at Canada's decision to widthraw from a UN convention to fight drought world-wide, the first country to do so. Are we a world leader or an environmental laggard?

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