Ontario’s opposition parties are determined to take advantage of a summer of missteps and policy reversals by the Liberal government as politicians return to the legislature today.

The opposition parties say the Liberal government has grown tired and is floundering in the last year of its second term. It deserves to be defeated for increasing everyone’s cost of living with the HST and expensive green energy projects, they say.

With a provincial election more than a year away, in October 2011, all three parties are working on campaign strategies.

“They (families) can’t afford this government,” said Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak.

The New Democrats say the Liberals are an “out of touch government.”

“I think that the government has made some very poor choices in terms of how they’ve invested or spent our tax dollars ... everything from the bloated CEO salaries to their addiction to consultants,” said NDP Leader Andrea Horwath.

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