Conservative leadership debate shows the party is not aging well
At the Conservative Party leaders' debate on May 5, the CPC could not have displayed its unfitness to run the country in starker terms. Since when is the right to spread a deadly disease something worth voting for?
At last Thursday's first, but unofficial, Conservative Party leadership debate, Pierre Poilievre, pictured, went in on running mate Jean Charest, who is seen to be his chief rival, attacking him for being a 'Liberal.' Poilievre might grasp the checkers of federal conservative politics, but Charest understands the chess of the country’s federal system, writes Harris. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade