O’Toole’s pitch for inclusiveness a salve after losing election dogged by divisive internal issues, say strategists, MPs
Some Conservatives also celebrated the win of Leslyn Lewis, the party's first Black female leadership candidate, who had an astounding finish for a relative unknown less than a year ago.
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole painted an image of an expansive party inclusive of all, regardless of race, one's religious beliefs, or sexual orientation, in his victory speech. He doubled down on that message in his first news conference. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade