Liberals sidelining Rae, perhaps unfairly

He is not miffed, he does not feel snubbed, they say. Is he owed something by a party that wouldn't be where it is if Bob Rae didn't roll up his sleeves and don a hard hat when it was needed? So far, I guess not.

Before Justin Trudeau arrived to rebuild the foundation, the Liberal house was sagging badly and threatening to collapse.
It remained standing because Bob Rae held it together, writes Tim Harper. The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright


PUBLISHED : Monday, Feb. 22, 2016 12:00 AM

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