By Richard Forbes. Featured image via Justin Tang, CP. Hurrah. We've survived. The end is upon us, err - the end of the Conservative leadership race to replace Stephen Harper, this is - not the end of the world (notwithstanding a Trump-induced nuclear apocalypse.) Thought to be the frontrunner and the 'smart money' presumptive, Maxime Bernier's … Continue reading For the new CPC leader, campaign promises will soon become baggage
By Richard Forbes. Orangeville, Ontario - Rumours coming from the Dufferin-Caledon Conservative riding association suggest executives there are discussing a bid by Conservative front-runner Kevin O'Leary to replace Conservative MP David Tilson. Turning seventy six this Sunday, David Tilson is the oldest sitting Member of Parliament - representing the Dufferin area for thirteen years as … Continue reading Kevin O’Leary reportedly to run for MP in Dufferin-Caledon
By Elias Weiss. Featured image via Marnie Recker. I am deeply worried about the Conservative Party of Canada. To be frank, I’ve been worried for a little while now, but this week was a tipping point. I feel a deep responsibility as a Canadian to step up and say it loud and clear: Tories, we need … Continue reading The Tories have lost the plot. This is an intervention.
By Richard Forbes. The Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration (CIMM) convened in a roomy Rideau committee room at 1 Wellington Street this week to discuss the refugee processing of vulnerable minorities from Syria and Iraq. But what began as yet another cheap opportunity for the Tories to paint the new government as deaf to … Continue reading The worst of Harper’s legacy comes back to haunt Tories
By Mary Medinsky. Featured image via Jeff McIntosh, CP. Jason Kenney took the stage yesterday at Calgary's Clarion Hotel to break the worst kept secret in Canada: Jason Kenney, former Harper 'lieutenant', will be jumping from his life (and his seat) in federal politics back to Alberta to run for the leadership of the Progressive Conservatives in a … Continue reading Alberta doesn’t need Jason Kenney, Jason Kenney needs Alberta