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Latest figures show Ontario PCs with $9M surplus, dwarfing NDP and Liberals amid early election buzz

Doug Ford shakes hands with people at a rally, with many Ontario Pc Party signs in the background.
Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford greets supporters at a rally during the 2022 election campaign. The premier’s party collected nearly $8 million in political donations over the course of 2023, more than all the opposition parties combined. (Chris Young/The Canadian Press)

Premier Doug Ford’s Ontario PCs have built up a $9 million surplus in party coffers, dwarfing their rivals amid the possibility of an early provincial election call.

The parties have just filed their annual financial statements to Elections Ontario and the documents show the Progressive Conservatives in far better financial shape than either the NDP or Liberals.

The reports show each party’s surplus at the end of 2023 as follows:

  • Ontario PC Party: $8.9 8 million
  • Ontario NDP: $2.18 million
  • Ontario Liberal Party: $2.58 million
  • Green Party of Ontario: $525,000

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