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Andrew Lawton takes London-West nomination as Doug Ford appoints candidates to remaining Tory ridings

The Ontario Progressive Conservatives appointed the remaining 11 provincial ridings that didn’t have Tory candidates, a list that includes 980 CFPL talk show host Andrew Lawton. 220 more words


PC MPP Michael Harris won't run for re-election due to eye condition

Editor’s Note:┬áIn a statement on Monday, the Ontario PC caucus chair said an allegation of inappropriate misconduct was brought forward against Michael Harris┬áinvolving a former young intern who had unsuccessfully applied for a job. 144 more words


Quebec anti-corruption unit arrests ex-mayor, four others

Quebec’s anti-corruption unit, UPAC, has arrested five people in connection with an alleged kickback scheme involving municipal contracts in the Montreal-area community of Terrebonne. 163 more words


Caroline Mulroney brings PC party leadership bid to Hamilton

Progressive Conservative leadership hopeful, Caroline Mulroney, made a last-minute push for party memberships in Hamilton on Wednesday.

There are two days left to sign up in order to have a say on who will lead the party into the provincial election in June. 298 more words


Tanya Granic Allen plans to join Ontario PC leadership race

TORONTO – A fourth person has declared her intention to run for the leadership of Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Party.

But Tanya Granic Allen acknowledged Thursday that she first needs at least 100 party members to sign her nomination papers and donors to help her raise the $100,000 entry fee to enter the race. 200 more words


Shoot first, ask questions later: Was PC Leader Patrick Brown a victim of the #MeToo revolution?

By Gerry Barker

January 26, 2018

The stunning resignation of PC Leader Patrick Brown within hours of being accused by two anonymous women of sexual misconduct on CTV is a case of irresponsibility of editorial control that is shameful and unfair. 1,063 more words

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Nova Scotia Tories, former leader need to come clean around dismissal: PR expert

A public relations specialist says too much has been left unsaid about the resignation of former Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Leader Jamie Baillie over sexual harassment allegations. 184 more words