In the past, this has proven to be fundraising gold for the Tories and further fuel for the base.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer speaks to supporters at a rally in Ottawa on Oct. 21, marking one year before the next election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
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