Two New Democrats and one Progressive Conservative have taken seats at Queen's Park that were vacated by five Liberal MPPs, according to the unofficial results of last night's Ontario byelections.
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Doug Holyday of the Progressive Conservative party won in Etobicoke Lakeshore.
Peggy Satler of the NDP won in London West.
In Ottawa South, Liberal candidate John Fraser won.
In Scarborough Guildwood, Liberal candidate Mitzie Hunter won.
In the riding of Windsor Tecumseh, the NDP's Percy Hatfield won.
Ontario's byelections were tough on the ruling Liberals, leaving Premier Kathleen Wynne and her party with some fresh, though not necessarily fatal, wounds, the CBC's Robert Fisher writes.
Deputy Mayor and Rob Ford ally Doug Holyday succeeded in the Tories' quest of gaining a foothold in Toronto with his defeat of prominent city councillor and Liberal Peter Milzcyn.
John Fraser was able to retain the riding of Ottawa South for the Ontario Liberal Party, beating his closest competitor Matt Young of the Progressive Conservatives. video
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