Wednesday, May 18, 2022

CPC Leadership Race 2022

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Conservative Leadership Debate LIVE coverage

Our coverage of the Conservative Leadership Debate begins tonight at 7:30PM ET / 5:30PM MT / 4:30PM PT.

Conservative leadership race becomes referendum on Freedom Convoy

In this edition of The Andrew Lawton Show, Andrew breaks down the first Conservative leadership debate with Leslyn Lewis and Roman Baber, and discusses the curious absence of Patrick Brown.

Election Season: Analyzing the vote in Ontario, Alberta and the CPC

On today’s episode of the Candice Malcolm Show, Candice is joined by pollster and Partner at One Persuades Hamish Marshall to analyze the busy election season.

Legacy media got the Conservative debate all wrong

On today’s episode of the Candice Malcolm Show, Candice gives a behind the scenes run-through of the first Conservative Party debate – which she moderated. Candice describes the debate, shows her favourite moments of the night and defends the format and topics discussed against Liberal criticism.

Lewis questions if Poilievre is a genuine supporter of the Freedom Convoy

True North’s Andrew Lawton caught up with Conservative leadership candidate Leslyn Lewis after her performance at the Canada Strong and Free Network Leadership Debate, in which she accused Pierre Poilievre of not being a genuine supporter of the Freedom Convoy.

The First Conservative Leadership Debate (Moderated by Candice Malcolm)

True North founder and editor-in-chief Candice Malcolm will moderate the first debate of the Conservative Party of Canada Leadership race tonight at the annual Canada Strong and Free Network (formerly known as the Manning Centre) conference in Ottawa.

True North’s Candice Malcolm to moderate first Conservative Debate on May 5th

True North viewers are invited to attend the debate and the conference, and can receive a 15% discount while buying tickets using the discount code TNMFRIEND22.

Patrick Brown equates Ukrainian refugees with Palestinians

Patrick Brown’s campaign team is saying his views were misrepresented after Brown told a Montreal-based outlet serving Muslim Canadians that Palestinian refugees deserved the same help from Canada as Ukrainians. 

Three Conservative leadership candidates excluded from final list

B.C. consultant Grant Abraham, Saskatchewan businessman Joseph Bourgault and Toronto lawyer Joel Etienne were all disqualified from the race. 

Is Canada a conservative country?

Macdonald-Laurier Institute managing director Brian Lee Crowley joins The Andrew Lawton Show to discuss a vision for a modern, but solidly conservative, Conservative Party of Canada

Pierre Poilievre pledges to audit Bank of Canada and ban its state-backed digital currency

Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre has announced he would ban a proposed “central bank digital currency” as well as audit the Bank of Canada if elected prime minister. 

What do Quebecers think of Pierre Poilievre?

Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre has been attracting large crowds at his campaign events across the country. On Tuesday, the Carleton MP was in Gatineau, Quebec and invited Quebecers to meet him and hear his ideas.

Jean Charest releases platform for “clean growth and environmental results”

Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidate Jean Charest has released his platform for climate change and the environment, promising to “decarbonize our economy while creating tens of thousands of jobs.”

Legacy media obsess over skin colour at Conservative rallies

It’s Fake News Friday on the Candice Malcolm Show! Candice looks at the latest developing fake news story line in the legacy media, which is that Pierre Poilievre must be racist because he appeals to too many “white people.”

Roman Baber goes after Trudeau for demonizing “truly peaceful” Freedom Convoy

Conservative Party leadership candidate and Independent Ontario MPP Roman Baber has slammed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for demonizing Freedom Convoy protesters on Parliament Hill last February. 

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