That nearly half as many Conservatives cast ballots for Sloan as MacKay tells you everything you need to know about this contest.
For all the upbeat speechifying afterwards, the leadership balloting announced Sunday clearly showed that this was not a race about which candidate the Conservative membership liked most, but who they disliked the least, writes Les Whittington. Screenshot via Conservative Party livestream
OTTAWA—Peter MacKay is no doubt very disappointed about losing the Conservative leadership race. But maybe he should actually be relieved.
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