Opinion

Conservative party should worry it’s attracting more than its share of haters

For the party—which as recently as a year ago was running the federal government—to play host on its Facebook page to an accumulation of calls for the PM's death is astounding.

A link posted this month by interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose on her party's Facebook page to the broadcast of the Tragically Hip finale attracted a steady flow of negative comments about the CBC, Trudeau’s attendance at the concert, and the band itself. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By CHANTAL HÉBERT

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016 12:00 AM

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