Plus, the Progressive Senate Group and the Canadian Senators Group both recently added a new member to their fold.
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, left, was the target of a set of attack ads released by the Liberals Sept. 4, with his party having released multiple attacks ads of its own targeting Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia and Cynthia Münster
A series of three attack ads were released by the Liberals on Sept. 4, targeting Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole and suggesting he would “take Canada backward.”
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