Days in office 818 Elected on June 7, 2018
Took office on June 29, 2018
Not started 78 of 79 99%
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Broken 1 of 79 1%
On June 7, 2018, Ontarians chose Doug Ford Jr. to be Canada’s 26th Premier of Ontario. The Doug-O-Metre is a non-partisan collaborative citizen initiative that tracks his performance with regards to his "Plan for the People", and other promises made.
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Not started Law Enforcement Build a culture of respect with zero tolerance for those who abuse positions of authority Start the discussion!
Not started Law Enforcement Commit resources to combat domestic abuse, including elder abuse ($35 million over mandate) Start the discussion!
Not started Law Enforcement Dedicate resources ($35 million over mandate) to fight organized crime, including the production and smuggling of contraband and illicit drugs, as well as child exploitation and human trafficking Start the discussion!
Not started Law Enforcement Fix Bill 175 (Police Services Act) and treat our police with respect Start the discussion!
Not started Law Enforcement Hire more corrections, probation and parole officers ($30 million per year, starting in year two) Start the discussion!
Not started Law Enforcement Restore the funding that the Liberals cut in half ($3 million per year) to the anti-guns-and-gangs units in Ottawa and Toronto Start the discussion!
Not started Taxes Amend the Assessment Act to ensure that Ontario Branches of the Royal Canadian Legion pay no property tax Start the discussion!
Not started Taxes Cut income taxes by 20% for the second income-tax bracket Start the discussion!
Not started Taxes Cut the aviation fuel tax for the North Start the discussion!
Not started Taxes Introduce a minimum-wage tax credit so those on minimum wage pay no tax starting Jan. 1, 2019 Start the discussion!
Not started Taxes Lower business taxes from 11.5% to 10.5% Start the discussion!
Not started Taxes Lower diesel taxes by 10.3 cents a litre Start the discussion!
Not started Taxes Lower gasoline taxes by 10 cents a litre Start the discussion!
Not started Taxes Lower the Manufacturing and Processing tax rate by 1% Start the discussion!
Not started Taxes Reduce the small business tax rate by 8.7% Start the discussion!
Not started Taxes Restore Ontario’s minimum price for a single beer to a dollar plus deposit Start the discussion!
Not started Call in an outside audit of Kathleen Wynne’s management of Ontario’s finances and make the final results of the audit public. Start the discussion!
Not started Centralize government purchasing Start the discussion!
Not started Conduct a value-for-money audit of every government program Start the discussion!
Not started Expand the Auditor General’s authority to include approval of government ads Start the discussion!
Not started Further expand sales of beer and wine into corner stores, grocery stores, and box stores, based on market demand and not government decree. Start the discussion!
Not started Launch an independent commission of inquiry whose mandate is to get to the bottom of the deficit scandal and to propose timely solutions to solving the deficit problem. Start the discussion!
Not started Prevent government agencies, boards, and commissions from buying pricey tables to political speeches and events Start the discussion!
Broken Release a fully costed campaign platform some time before the June 7 election Start the discussion!
Not started Return to a balanced budget on a responsible timeframe. Start the discussion!
Not started Natural Resources Ensure hunting and fishing revenues go toward their stated purpose of conservation Start the discussion!
Not started Natural Resources Move forward with resource revenue sharing from mining, forestry and aggregates to help Northern towns and Indigenous communities share in resource development Start the discussion!
Not started Challenge, in the Supreme Court of Canada, any attempt by the federal government to impose a carbon tax on Ontario families Start the discussion!
Not started Commit resources to reduce garbage in our neighbourhoods and parks Start the discussion!
Not started Hire more conservation officers Start the discussion!
Not started Increasing policing of major polluters Start the discussion!
Not started Protect and preserve our waterways and support and enforce our air quality programs Start the discussion!
Not started Scrap the Carbon Tax and Cap-and-Trade Program Start the discussion!
Not started Scrap the Green Energy Act Start the discussion!
Not started Set up an emissions-reduction fund to invest in new technologies to reduce emissions in Ontario Start the discussion!
Not started Work as quickly as we can to clean up the Grassy Narrows mercury contamination Start the discussion!
Not started Ban cell phones in all primary and secondary school classrooms Start the discussion!
Not started Make mathematics mandatory in teachers’ college programs Start the discussion!
Not started Mandate universities to uphold free speech on campuses and in classrooms Start the discussion!
Not started Provide an additional $38 million in funding for all children with autism, above and beyond the funding already in the government’s plan Start the discussion!
Not started Replace the current EQAO testing regime with a new standardized testing program Start the discussion!
Not started Restore Ontario’s previous sex-ed curriculum until we can install a new one that is age appropriate and based on real consultation with parents. Start the discussion!
Not started Scrap discovery math and inquiry-based learning in our classrooms Start the discussion!
Not started Uphold moratorium on school closures until the closure review process is reformed Start the discussion!
Not started Increase the Risk Management Program (RMP) cap by $50 million annually Start the discussion!
Not started Child Care Create a 75% refundable tax credit for child care costs for children aged 0 - 15 Start the discussion!
Not started Child Care Respect parents by leaving to them the choice of what kind of child care is best for their kids Start the discussion!
Not started Other Cancel the ‘Jobs and Prosperity’ Fund Start the discussion!
Not started Cut red tape and stifling regulations that are crippling job creation and growth Start the discussion!
Not started Find cost efficiencies without cutting any jobs Start the discussion!
Not started Increase access to apprenticeships Start the discussion!
Not started Reform the foreign credential recognition process Start the discussion!
Not started Single-window access for approvals with a hard one-year deadline Start the discussion!
Not started Support Regional Economic Development Funds Start the discussion!
Not started Build 15,000 long-term care beds in five years and 30,000 beds in 10 years Start the discussion!
Not started Introduce free dental care for low-income seniors Start the discussion!
Not started Invest $3.8 billion in mental health, addictions and housing supports over 10 years Start the discussion!
Not started Cellular & Broadband Invest up to $100 million in cellular and broadband expansion. Start the discussion!
Not started GO Transit Complete the Niagara GO Expansion Start the discussion!
Not started GO Transit Deliver two-way, all-day GO service, including expansions to Bowmanville, Kitchener Start the discussion!
Not started Housing Increase the supply of affordable housing across the GTA while protecting the Greenbelt in its entirety. Start the discussion!
Not started Housing Preserve rent control for existing tenants across Ontario. Start the discussion!
Not started Hydro Cut hydro rates by 12% for families, farmers, and small businesses Start the discussion!
Not started Hydro Declare a moratorium on new energy contracts Start the discussion!
Not started Hydro Eliminate enormous salaries at Ontario Power Generation and Hydro One Start the discussion!
Not started Hydro Fire the board of Hydro One and its CEO. Start the discussion!
Not started Hydro Stabilize industrial hydro rates Start the discussion!
Not started Natural Gas Expand natural gas distribution to rural communities by enabling private sector participation Start the discussion!
Not started Power Keep Pickering nuclear plant open until 2024 Start the discussion!
Not started Transit Actively explore potential for high-speed rail and highway projects including the potential six-laning of Highway 401 to the 416 between Toronto and Ottawa. Start the discussion!
Not started Transit Add $5 billion in new subway funding to the $9 billion already available to build the Sheppard Loop with Scarborough, the Relief Line, and the Yonge Extension while building future crosstown expansions underground. Start the discussion!
Not started Transit Bring back passenger rail service to the North Start the discussion!
Not started Transit Complete the environmental assessment for the GTA West Corridor Start the discussion!
Not started Transit Invest in increasing safety on the 401 West and four-lane Highway 17 in eastern Ontario and Highway 3 in Southwestern Ontario Start the discussion!
Not started Transit Keep responsibility for day-to-day operations, including labour relations, with the City of Toronto along with a guarantee that the City will continue to keep all revenue generated by the subway system. Start the discussion!
Not started Transit Support regional transit projects in places such as Ottawa, Hamilton, Mississauga/Brampton, Kitchener-Waterloo and London. Start the discussion!
Not started Transit Upload responsibility for subway infrastructure, including the building and maintenance of new and existing subway lines, from the City of Toronto to the Province. Start the discussion!
Not started Maintain the LCBO’s role in wholesale and distribution and as a location for the people of Ontario to buy their beer, wine and spirits Start the discussion!
Not started Put up a big neon sign on the border saying "Ontario is open for business" Start the discussion!