CPC LEADERSHIP RACE NEWS

  On May 27, 2017 the Conservative Party of Canada elected a new leader to defeat the Trudeau Liberals in 2019! The RACE is over … and the new leader is Andrew Scheer!   Fluently bilingual, Andrew has served as the MP for Regina-Qu’Appelle for twelve years. Andrew was the youngest Speaker of the House of […]

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Fundraising and membership results show Canadians tired of out-of-touch Liberals

May 1, 2017 Today’s fundraising results are the clearest indication yet of Canadians growing tired of an out-of-touch Liberal government that serves themselves rather than serving the taxpayers. Over 30% more Canadians have donated to the Conservative Party than the Liberals, while the amount raised is almost double the Liberals’ amount. This is in addition […]

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Statement from the Official Opposition House Leader on the Prime Minister’s Cabinet Shuffle

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January 10, 2017 OTTAWA – Candice Bergen, the Official Opposition House Leader, issued the following statement today following the Prime Minister’s cabinet shuffle: “The failures of the Liberal government are Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s responsibility. Changing the faces of the cabinet will not change the Prime Minister’s bad judgment and fundamentally flawed direction for the […]

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Ambrose announces changes to the Shadow Cabinet – October 2016

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October 16, 2016 Rona Ambrose, Leader of the Official Opposition and Interim Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, today announced changes to the Shadow Cabinet. “The race for the leadership of the Conservative Party is growing, both in the number of candidates, and in excitement about their ideas for the future of our party […]

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Conservative Party announces first debate details

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September 29, 2016 The Conservative Party’s Leadership Election Organizing Committee (LEOC) announced further details on the first leadership debate in Saskatoon, including a new date and time, the debate moderator, and ticket sales. The first debate will be an English debate moderated by Kaveri Braid. Kaveri is a principal with Earnscliffe Strategy Group, and former […]

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Official Opposition Concerned Infrastructure Planning No Longer a Committee Priority

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September 28, 2016 Conservative Infrastructure Critic, Dianne Watts, and Deputy Critic, Luc Berthold, today expressed their concern and frustration with the Liberal government’s decision to remove infrastructure planning from the Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure, and Communities’ fall agenda. They issued the following statement: “Before the House rose in June, the Committee agreed that the […]

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