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What is a Progressive Conservative?

As a proud member of the Progressive Conservative’s, I have watched the party struggle to obtain support during elections for several years. There are some who believe that the Progressive Conservative Party must compromise their values or be forever relegated to opposition party status.  415 more words

Opinion

Tories carry on with annual general meeting

The massive forest fire in the Fort McMurray area won’t stop the Progressive Conservative annual general meeting from going ahead on Saturday.

Interim Tory Leader Ric McIver said Thursday the party did not consider postponing the AGM scheduled for Red Deer. 106 more words

Politics

Wall congratulates new Manitoba leader, welcomes his campaign pledge

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall offered his congratulations to Manitoba’s premier-elect and welcomed his campaign promise to join a western Canada trade pact. Wall made his comments Wednesday, one day after Brian Pallister and his Progressive Conservatives (PC) won a majority of Manitoba’s 57 seats in the legislature. 262 more words

Canada

Ontario MPP Jack MacLaren ordered to take sensitivity training after making sexist joke

TORONTO — A Progressive Conservative member of the Ontario legislature who came under fire for telling a sexist joke about a Liberal MP has been ordered to undergo sensitivity training. 563 more words

Canada

The way forward for Manitoba

He doesn’t dazzle with sizzling rhetoric or brilliant smiles, but the quiet confidence of Brian Pallister is like balm to a troubled economy.

According to the Winnipeg Free Press, there are only bad choices for Manitoba in the coming election.

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“We, not me” the vision for success in a Pallister government

At the launch of the P.C. campaign, in the second week in March, Brian Pallister jokes that he grows on people.

“After all, Brian,” he says his wife Esther told him, “it took almost four years for my family to like you.” She actually said that, he says, explaining that his plans for the province and the acceptance of the population for his style of government will grow over his first four years, culminating in the roll back of the PST increase imposed on the province by the Selinger government. 1,110 more words

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“We, not me” the vision for success in a Pallister government

At the launch of the P.C. campaign, in the second week in March, Brian Pallister jokes that he grows on people.

“After all, Brian,” he says his wife Esther told him, “it took almost four years for my… 1,123 more words

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