TORONTO, December 22, 2003 ( – Ontario Attorney General Michael Bryant has said that the new Liberal government is set to move on election promises including fixing the date of Ontario elections.  “We will have fixed elections,” he said, noting also that legislation would be introduced to ensure cabinet ministers attend at least two thirds of all question periods.  Bryant also mentioned the Government was considering some form of proportional representation which would see to it that the first past the post system is amended to give some voice to smaller parties that receive significant votes during elections.  See the Toronto Star coverage: