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LAWTON: Conservative caucus opts out of power to turf Andrew Scheer

Conservatives need to figure out what the party stands for and what it wants to be moving forward.

At the first meeting of the Conservative caucus since last month’s election, Conservative parliamentarians voted against giving themselves the power to oust Andrew Scheer as leader of the party, meaning CPC members will get the ultimate say at the party’s April convention. Questions about party leadership are important, but the Conservatives need to engage in a much more significant process: figuring out what the party stands for and what it wants to be moving forward.

True North’s Andrew Lawton says this is paramount as the party prepares for the next election.

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