Bernier says he ‘won’t spend a cent’ on internal People’s Party polling
By Charelle EvelynJan. 30, 2019
It’s too early to tell how the former Tory’s new party will affect this year’s general election, say observers, but he’s appealing to the dissatisfied of all stripes.
People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier says he’s doing things differently by ‘doing politics by conviction.’ A full-time staff of four people help run the show from the party's Gatineau, Que., headquarters. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The People’s Party of Canada has less than two per cent support, nationally, according to the latest polls, but leader Maxime Bernier says polling isn’t something that’s part of his new party’s process.
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