conservative leadership race 2017
The ex-Conservative leadership hopeful hosted a fundraiser with Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran.
If Leader Andrew Scheer wants to unify and bring forward a stronger Conservative Party to Canadians in 2019 like he has said he will do, he needs to address his legitimacy concerns properly, to both campaigns and supporters of the party, in order to restore conservative grassroots' faith in the party establishment.
The economy. Justin Trudeau. Free speech. His deceased mother. ISIS. On every subject, no matter how sad or serious, Andrew Scheer would smirk. It was, well, weird. His rictus was so off-putting, we started to forget what he was actually saying. Which, for him, was pretty fortunate.
Quebec MP sends release lauding another candidate.
Scheer's win and the way he won show that all different kinds of Conservatives can and do have a place in our party under his leadership. The balance Scheer has struck on these issues - emphasizing individual freedom, freedom of speech and free votes for members of Parliament - is the right thing for our party and for our country.
Notes of discord remain between rivals.
Maxime Bernier risked creating rifts in the party.
Quebec MP sent fundraising pitch hours before final results.
Some seemed to tell delegates they have no chance of winning.
There were hospitality suites abound, booze and food everywhere.