Conservative Party Convention

A tale of two conventions

Conservatives—even though they fell from a greater height in the last election—are on a faster track to recovery than the New Democrats.

Conservatives vote at their party's convention in Vancouver on the weekend. Former Harper chief of staff Ian Brodie is second from left at the head table. Though the party lost last year's election, the convention had almost celebratory undertones, says Chantal Hébert Twitter photograph courtesy of the Conservative Party of Canada


PUBLISHED : Wednesday, June 1, 2016 12:00 AM

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