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PARLIAMENT HILL—Liberal MPs put up an enthusiastic front Wednesday to welcome longtime former Conservative Eve Adams to the party’s fold amid signs of discontent with party leader Justin Trudeau’s unilateral decision to bring her into the caucus following her failed attempts to get an election nomination with the Conservative Party. Though Ms. Adams (Mississauga-Brampton South, Ont.) met with members of the Liberal Party’s Ontario caucus prior to the main national caucus in Parliament’s Centre Block, two of the

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Adams attends first Liberal caucus meeting, colleagues put on brave face among signs of discontent

By Tim Naumetz      

'A lot of people who voted Conservative are going to be voting for the Liberals. Our tent is growing, and I think it’s a great sign,' says Toronto Liberal MP Chrystia Freeland about her new caucus colleague, former Conservative MP Eve Adams.

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