John Ivison: Tories divided on how to...

John Ivison: Tories divided on how to choose future leaders

There are 2 comments on the Canada.com story from Jun 3, 2011, titled John Ivison: Tories divided on how to choose future leaders. In it, Canada.com reports that:

Canadian Alliance leader Stephen Harper and Progressive Conservative Party leader Peter MacKay a merger to become the Conservative Party of Canada, in 2003.

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Billy

Toronto, Canada

#1 Oct 18, 2011
... the party take another look at the issue at the convention.

Mr. Reid argues that it's unfair that a vote in Montebello, Quebec, was worth 89 times more than a vote in Fredericton, NB.

He has suggested what he calls a "balanced leadership" plan that ... Comment?

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Related Topix: Canadian Alliance (Canada), Stephen Harper, Peter Mackay, North America, Canada, World News, Quebec, Canada, Canada, Fredericton, NB, New Brunswick, Canada
Billy

Toronto, Canada

#2 Oct 18, 2011

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