OTTAWA - Ontario's embattled premier will face the music today over last year's election, which downgraded his government to a minority.
Dalton McGuinty is up for a leadership review that will decide whether he stays or goes as leader of the Liberal party.
But it's unlikely McGuinty will be ousted.
The Liberals came in third in a recent byelection in Kitchener-Waterloo, although they hung on to their seat in Vaughan.
McGuinty has also alienated much of the Liberals' base of support by going after the salaries of public sector workers to balance the books.
Unions representing most of the teachers and education workers in the province are at war with McGuinty after helping him get re-elected over the past nine years.
They're angry over a new law that will cut their benefits and restrict wages, as well as give the government the power to stop strikes and lockouts.
Public servants, nurses and other workers are also up in arms over legislation that would impose new collective agreements on them and restrict their right to strike.
McGuinty has said he doesn't plan on going anywhere and will lead his party into the next election.
He's been Liberal leader since 1996 and has served as premier for nine years.