Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch promises 'a common sense approach to firearms regulation,' in email blast to her supporters.
'Nothing wrong will happen under my watch,' Conservative Party's Dustin Van Vugt tells Conservative MP Bob Saroya.
An Ontario PC party organizer investigated his team for phoney memberships in a 2010 nomination race, but the party cleared him and allowed him to run. Bernier's camp says it's confident there was no wrongdoing.
The businessman-turned politician says he learned that fake memberships are being sold to people who might not even be aware that they’re being signed up.
Conservative Party members want the 14-month long Conservative Party leadership process to be over and want to get the party ready for the next election.
Chris Rougier is campaign manager to Kevin O’Leary, while Mike Coates is campaign chair.
The question which Andrew Coyne ignores is can a Keeper Conservative Party (or for that matter a Keeper NDP) take on a Keeper Liberal Party and win? Remember in a bipolar political world, if voters turn against the Keepers they will seek out the alternative: The Disrupters.
Just ask Trump, just ask Rob Ford, just ask Brexit.
The Conservative Party is 'very lackadaisical' on transferring money back to leadership candidates and the leadership election ballot papers allow party members to rank only 10 of 14 candidates, says Joseph Ben-Ami.
There is no quick cure, of course, and nothing very new in O’Leary’s sketchy platform.
Neither party has found a candidate who is speaking intelligently about the real challenges facing the country. This is giving the Trudeau government a free ride.
Their policy views don't jive, but O’Leary is Trumpian in that he’s got the potential for previously unthinkable political success.
The leadership contestant has garnered the support of key community organizers from the Tamil and Sikh communities in Ontario.
Former political staffer Paul Seear is Andrew Saxton’s leadership campaign manager.
While not officially supporting anyone, Caroline Mulroney Lapham made a substantial donation to one candidate.
The party is seeing fewer donations while money from its donor pool is flowing towards leadership campaigns.
Though he's one to beat, his adviser, ex-Senator Marjory LeBreton says his late entry makes for 'quite a hill to climb.'
By setting herself against O’Leary, she risks inflating his would-be candidacy. But she’s also conscious that if she doesn’t take some risks she has zero chance of winning.
Stockwell Day says caucus support doesn't necessarily reflect wider party support, but it does give leadership candidates the advantage to use other MPs as surrogates 'to pound on your opponents.'
Maxime Bernier, pictured centre, and Steven Blaney, two candidates from Quebec, will have to start ‘throwing the odd bodycheck’ at each other, says former Canadian Alliance leader Stockwell Day.
Former party director of political operations Fred DeLorey is Erin O’Toole’s campaign manager.
Can the same divisive rhetoric Trump employed resonate with more than a sliver of Canadian voters? Far-fetched, at best.
Trost is focused on social and cultural Conservatives in his bid to become Conservative Party leader.
Conservative leadership contender Deepak Obhrai, who immigrated to Canada in 1977, said that after he opposed fellow candidate Kellie Leitch's plan to screen newcomers, he received hate mail at his MP office.
Candidates seek to distinguish themselves on issues including supply management and immigration.
Hamish Marshall is campaign manager to Conservative leadership contender Andrew Scheer.
Ex-candidate Tony Clement says there is 'donor fatigue' in the party.
His actions during the last federal election campaign took the shine off his golden-boy reputation.
The Conservative leadership contender appears to have quoted from a Toronto Sun column quoting an extensive New York Times Magazine interview with Trudeau.
Though she’s not eligible to run, Rona Ambrose has strong support to continue leading the party: pollster Graves.
Good political leadership should not be about going to the bottom of the barrel to find votes.
‘If I can’t find someone to support, I’ll do it myself.’
A handful of former Conservative Hill staff are helping out on Michael Chong’s bid to become the next Conservative Party Leader.