He beat Peter MacKay on the third ballot to take the top Tory crown.
Peter MacKay, Erin O’Toole, Leslyn Lewis, and Derek Sloan are the final four standing in a contest overshadowed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
They’re obviously more comfortable debating in English.
The first leadership debate didn’t really move the needle for new ideas.
Peter MacKay, Erin O’Toole, Leslyn Lewis, and Derek Sloan are campaigning for the Tory crown.
The contest, disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, has been short on new ideas.
Trans educator says leadership hopeful resurrected a “disgusting” trope in an email blast.
The contest was suspended in late March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many of MacKay's opponents have called for the race to be postponed.
Both are promising to quickly move non-confidence motions.
The Tory leadership hopeful told a B.C. newspaper he disagrees with pot legalization.
Some thought he was encouraging anti-Indigenous violence.
He praised “a couple Albertans with a pickup truck” who tried to dismantle an Edmonton demonstration.
A Tory MP drops out of the race before a financial deadline.
Scrutiny over the Conservative leader’s June weekend plans may be a thing of the past.
The former Harper-era minister made it official with an announcement on social media.
The former cabinet minister has denied he wants to replace Scheer as Tory leader.
Former Conservative Peter MacKay was the first to sign the letter.
News last week about the two-year study of the traffic stop data collected by the Ottawa Police were quickly dismissed by the same researchers who conducted it, as "not necessarily indicative of causation, and it doesn't prove racial profiling." So what is the point of conducting such a study if those results cannot be used to speak about racial profiling, admit its existence and thus dealing with it?
“I’m sure there are going to be many Conservatives across Canada who are going to be very disappointed."