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 Commons in history. He helped lead Conservatives as the Opposition House Leader. Andrew and his wife Jill live and work in Regina, where they raise their five children.


Here are the voting results for each riding across Canada. See how Burlington voted! click here


The Leadership Convention is being held on May 27th at the Toronto Congress Centre located near Toronto Pearson International Airport.

As a member you will receive a ballot around the end of April. Do not lose this ballot! If you have not received your ballot yet please call CPC at 1 866 808 8407 or Contact Us.

click here for details on how to vote with your ballot HOW TO VOTE

To vote your ballot must be received by Friday May 26th – by 5 pm ET or take this ballot with you to vote in Toronto on Saturday May 27th – between 10 am and 4 pm at the Toronto Congress Centre (no cost to just drop in and vote).

Where you can vote in ONTARIO in person on Saturday the 27th:

Any member can vote at any polling station with their ballot. If a member arrives at a local polling station without their ballot, there will only be replacement ballots available if you live in a riding that is participating at that location.

At the central polling station at the Congress Centre in Toronto, members from all ridings will be accommodated.

Please see the list below of Polling Station Locations for the Leadership Vote on May 27, 2017:


(any member can vote at this location – take your ballot with you – if you did not receive a ballot you will be able to get a replacement ballot – make sure you have photo ID):
Toronto Congress Centre, 650 Dixon Rd, Etobicoke

OTHER POLLING STATIONS IN ONTARIO (Burlington CPC members – you can vote at these polling stations if you have your ballot with you.)

Voting Hours: May 27th – 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM (ET)

Voting Location: McLean Community Centre, Room 3, 95 Magill Dr., Ajax

Voting Location: 35 International Village Dr, Cambridge

Carleton, Kanata-Carleton (sharing polling station)
Voting Location: Royal Canadian Legion Richmond Branch, 6430 Ottawa Street, Richmond

Voting Location: The Wayne Roth Room, Wilmot Recreation Centre, 1291 Nafziger Rd, Baden

Voting Location: Milton Seniors Activity Centre, Auditorium, 500 Childs Drive, Milton

Niagara Falls
Voting Location: The Peninsula Inn, 7373 Niagara Square Dr., Niagara Falls

Voting Location: The Royal Canadian Legion, 27 Wellington Street West, Creemore

Wellington-Halton Hills
Voting Location: Sacred Heart Separate School, 5146 Wellington Road 27, Rockwood

Click here for all CPC Polling Station info


HOW VOTING WORKS: Here’s a great article on the #CPCLDR Voting Process

Click her for PDF on Leadership Voting Procedure

Check back often for more details!

CZG1An1WEAIH1atClick here for CPC Leadership Candidates’ INFO

Registered leadership candidates alphabetically:

Chris Alexander
Maxime Bernier
Steven Blaney
Michael Chong
Kellie Leitch
Pierre Lemieux
Deepak Obhrai
Erin O’Toole
Rick Peterson
Lisa Raitt
Andrew Saxton
Andrew Scheer

Registered candidate Kevin O’Leary has dropped out of the race as of April 26th


All debates have now taken place – but you can watch them all by clicking on the livestream links below!

1st CPC Leadership Debate – Saskatoon November 9, 2016  REWATCH  LIVESTREAM HERE

2nd CPC Leadership Debate – Moncton December 6, 2016  REWATCH  LIVESTREAM HERE

3rd CPC Leadership Debate – Quebec City January 17th, 2017 REWATCH LIVESTREAM HERE

Nova Scotia PC Leadership Debate February 4, 2017 ( all 14 CPC LDR Candidates) Rewatch YouTube Video Here

4th CPC Leadership Debate  – Edmonton February 28th, 2017 REWATCH  LIVESTREAM HERE

5th & Final CPC Leadership Debate – Toronto in April 26th, 2017 REWATCH LIVESTREAM HERE

A source of up to date CPC Leadership news: CPC Leadership info from Wikipedia