After governing for more than four decades and suffering a crushing electoral defeat in May 2015, Alberta’s Progressive Conservative party is at a crossroads. The party is having a hard time fundraising, its leadership contest has created deep divisions and it’s not exactly clear the brand will even exist when the next election is called. 1,111 more words
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Former politician Danielle Smith is defending Calgary-North West MLA Sandra Jansen’s decision to cross the floor on Thursday, leaving the Progressive Conservatives in favour of joining the governing NDP… 472 more words
TORONTO — Former Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak was celebrated by all parties on his last day in the legislature as a dedicated advocate, a family man – and actually not a robot. 705 more words
EDMONTON – Alberta Progressive Conservative Leader Ric McIver returned to the legislature Tuesday without having to apologize for the insubordination that got him kicked out in the first place. 593 more words
MLA Chuck Porter is joining the Nova Scotia Liberal Party, after sitting as an independent MLA since June 2014.
Porter left the Progressive Conservatives after a… 335 more words