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Stronach could be looking at Lib leadership

Re: "Stronach jumps ship to Libs," (The Hill Times, electronic story, updated, May 17). This is a case of the chickens coming home to roost. It seems patently obvious that Belinda Stronach is interested in one thing: becoming the leader of a significant Canadian political party. Since the Conservative Party currently has a young leadership, her chances there are minuscule. But the Liberal Party has an aging leader who is somewhat tainted by scandal. It's a no-brainer; obviously Belinda is heading for the Liberal Party.

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Stronach could be looking at Lib leadership

Re: "Stronach jumps ship to Libs," (The Hill Times, electronic story, updated, May 17). This is a case of the chickens coming home to roost. It seems patently obvious that Belinda Stronach is interested in one thing: becoming the leader of a significant Canadian political party. Since the Conservative Party currently has a young leadership, her chances there are minuscule. But the Liberal Party has an aging leader who is somewhat tainted by scandal. It's a no-brainer; obviously Belinda is heading for the Liberal Party.

  

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Thursday, March 26, 2015
HILL LIFE & PEOPLE SLIDESHOWS
Broadbent Institute Progress Summit 2015 - Opening reception March 26, 2015

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Ed Broadbent
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Rick Smith, Robin Sears, Ed Broadbent, Rogers' Ken Whyte.
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Earnscliffe's Robin Sears
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Broadbent Institute executive director Rick Smith
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Ed Broadbent
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Charles Taylor
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Anne Lagace Dawson, Michel Venne (Executive Director of l'Institut du nouveau monde) and Valerie Plante (Montreal City Councilor)
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Liberal MP Adam Vaughan, Earncliffe's Robin Sears, former NDP MP Olivia Chow
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Pundits Guide's Alice Funke

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