Poilievre’s in, and Brown not ruling out running for federal Conservative leadership election
The Conservative Party’s national council has struck an ad hoc committee to come up with the names for the Leadership Election Organization Committee, says party president Rob Batherson.
Let's do this: After Erin O'Toole's ouster as party leader, some of the potential candidates who could seek the party's top job include: Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown, top left, Conservative MPs Pierre Poilievre (announced on Feb. 5), Leslyn Lewis, Marilyn Gladu (who's endorsing Poilievre), Michelle Rempel Garner and Michael Chong. Former Conservative cabinet minister Peter MacKay, former Quebec premier Jean Charest, and former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall could also throw their hats into the ring. The Hill Times file photographs