Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer showed in Halifax during the party’s weekend convention that he is convinced his only hope in 2019 is to buy into the enemy-slagging populism exploited by Donald Trump and Ontario Premier Doug Ford.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer gives a keynote speech at the 2018 Conservative national policy convention in Halifax on Aug. 24. The Hill Times photograph by Samantha Wright Allen
OTTAWA—If you’re tired of the mendacious, anger-spewing modus operandi that now passes for political discourse in the United States, you may want to find something to do outside Canada next year.
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