Can you feel it? The love in the air at Queen's Park? OK, maybe not, but Queen's Park Briefing is here to remedy that problem.
Inspired by similar projects at Toronto city hall, we've made our very own Queen's Park valentines. By printing off and filling in these cards, you too can transcend partisanship in the name of love (political staffers), or passionately embrace neutrality (civil servants).
Tweet photos of your gifted valentines to @qpbriefing, and feel free to stop by QPB headquarters in Queen's Park (481F) to get some Valentine's Day candy.
We start with Queen's Park fixture Andrea Horwath, who has been the NDP Leader for almost a decade.
There are few things Doug Ford loves more than saying "folks," and loves less than taxes.
After a considered line-by-line audit, Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk has this message for you.
Energy Minister Glenn Thibeault may not have liked that energy companies tried to game the system by wrongly billing for various items, but this valentine should be part of the market renewal package, in our opinion.
Caroline Mulroney is busy defining her political style with her leadership campaign, but this Valentine's Day card should help.
Sam Oosterhoff would like to raise a glass of Niagara-region wine to you.
Yvan Baker knows that although zombie laws are all about brainssssssss, Valentine's Day is all about heartsssssssss.
Even dedicated rot-fighters like Vic Fedeli need friends and loved ones.
It isn't easy being a party of one, so whatever support you give to Jack MacLaren means a lot.
Somehow we didn't manage to work the word "fair" into Kathleen Wynne's Valentine's Day pitch.
CHCH cameraman and journalist Randy Rath is never shy with a sharp question in a Queen's Park scrum, but we all have our moments.
With files from Christopher Reynolds