A reader says that whatever gains MacKay makes in the Maratimes will be offset by losses in the West.
One poll this weekend had the leaderless Conservative party finally moving ahead of the Liberals in popular support.
Fildebrandt writes that in contrast to the 2017 leadership race, the 2020 vote has little to do with real policy differences.
And Peter MacKay also lead a poll where other Canadians were asked about the leadership.
Guest columnist Craig Chandler writes that Leslyn Lewis is the only option for uniting the federal Tories.
Jay Hill writes about why he left the Tories, and why he believes Western independence is the path forward.
The Tory leadership candidate says that he supports provinces imposing carbon taxes within their own jurisdictions, but that Ottawa won't force them to.
The event's French-to-English translator incorrectly translated the end of the back-and-forth exchange as, “You’re an angry man like your friend, Jason Kenney.”
The Conservative Party of Canada has decided to put a stop to their leadership campaign Thursday tonight as the coronavirus sweeps the nation.
Rick Peterson faces long odds, but he understands that any path to victory runs straight through the unoccupied political space between Vancouver and Winnipeg right now.