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Chisholm Pothier

Chisholm Pothier worked with former finance minister Jim Flaherty in a variety of roles for seven years, was on the leadership campaigns of Michael Chong and Peter MacKay, and has been involved in Conservative and Progressive Conservative politics federally and provincially for 20 years.

Opinion | BY CHISHOLM POTHIER | August 17, 2022
Many at the Aug. 11 conference felt, I would suggest, a profound concern that the conversation prompted by Pierre Poilievre, pictured, and the direction he wants to take the party has little to do with traditional Canadian Conservatism, writes Chisholm Pothier. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY CHISHOLM POTHIER | August 17, 2022
Opinion | BY CHISHOLM POTHIER | August 17, 2022
Many at the Aug. 11 conference felt, I would suggest, a profound concern that the conversation prompted by Pierre Poilievre, pictured, and the direction he wants to take the party has little to do with traditional Canadian Conservatism, writes Chisholm Pothier. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY CHISHOLM POTHIER | July 18, 2022
Patrick Brown, pictured on CBCNN's Power & Politics on July 6, 2022. Anyone who thinks those divisions don’t exist hasn’t been on the front lines of a leadership race. The establishment delivered us Andrew Scheer, delivered us Erin O’Toole and is working furiously to deliver us Pierre Poilievre, writes Chisholm Pothier, who worked on Brown's campaign. Screenshot courtesy of CBC News
Opinion | BY CHISHOLM POTHIER | July 18, 2022
Opinion | BY CHISHOLM POTHIER | July 18, 2022
Patrick Brown, pictured on CBCNN's Power & Politics on July 6, 2022. Anyone who thinks those divisions don’t exist hasn’t been on the front lines of a leadership race. The establishment delivered us Andrew Scheer, delivered us Erin O’Toole and is working furiously to deliver us Pierre Poilievre, writes Chisholm Pothier, who worked on Brown's campaign. Screenshot courtesy of CBC News