The CPC was wrong back in 2015 and it is wrong now. Like it or lump it, it needs a policy do-over from top to bottom.
Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer, pictured Nov. 28, 2019, with his new deputy leader Leona Alleslev, a former Liberal MP who the crossed floor to the Conservatives in the last Parliament and was re-elected as a Conservative. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
HALIFAX—Andrew Scheer’s departure is as important as it was predictable: for the second time since Stephen Harper stepped down as leader, the CPC will get a chance to remake itself.
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'We will not be able to make a determination as to whether those deaths were the result of something, but other analysts might be able to look at those questions,' says Jeff Latimer of Statistics Canada.