The party won’t split, and risk letting Grits win ‘just by showing up,’ say moderate Conservatives.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, left, is facing widespread discontent with his leadership among the party's rank and file. Former Conservative Senator Hugh Segal said Mr. Scheer had not competently explained how he could keep his faith and personal beliefs separate from policy decisions as prime minister. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade, file photograph
Progressive or moderate members of the Conservative Party are unimpressed with Leader Andrew Scheer, but haven’t yet begun to organize against him in force.
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