Liberals raised $21.3-million last year, but Conservatives broke record high, raked in $29-million

Liberals say digital fundraising efforts are their party’s 'fastest growing channel,' while Conservatives say their record-setting fundraising efforts position them to be true alternative to the Trudeau Liberal government

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and interim Conservative Party Leader Rona Ambrose. The Liberals raised $21.3-million last year, but the Conservatives' fundraising machine continued to reign supreme raking in $29-million, roughly $7.8-million more than the Grits in 2015 and marking an overall federal party high, according to Elections Canada's recently published annual financial reports.The Hill Times Photographs by Jake Wright

PUBLISHED :Monday, July 18, 2016 12:00 AM

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