TORONTO - The fate of Ontario's minority Liberal government will be put to the test next week.
The legislature will hold a high-stakes vote on the budget April 24.
It will be a nail biter, as the minority Liberals could be defeated, triggering another election.
They need at least two opposition votes to survive, but have yet to strike a deal with the NDP.
The Progressive Conservatives have already vowed to vote against the budget.
It's one of the last days to call a vote on the budget motion, according to the rules of the legislature.
Government house leader John Milloy says no one wants an election, and Ontario's fragile economy needs certainty and stability.