CPC Leadership Race 2022
Conservatives choose a NEW leader
Conservative Leadership Series: Leslyn Lewis
Conservative Leadership Series: Scott Aitchison
Conservative Leadership Series: Pierre Poilievre
Conservative Leadership Series: Roman Baber
Conservative Leadership Series: Patrick Brown
Conservative Leadership Series: Jean Charest
Scott Aitchison says Canada must recognize Taiwan as a country
Lewis questions if Poilievre is a genuine supporter of the Freedom Convoy
Scott Aitchison says building consensus will grow the Conservative Party of Canada
Despite threatening to leave the Conservative Party of Canada if Pierre Poilievre became leader, MP Joel Godin now says he is “very comfortable” working with the new leader.
In this edition of The Andrew Lawton Show, True North's Andrew Lawton unpacks why Poilievre won so decisively and what that means for the conservative movement, the Conservative party, and the country.
In a video message, the former Quebec premier congratulated Poilievre on becoming leader and urged the party to unite behind the new leader.
Conservative members have elected Pierre Poilievre as their new leader. The Conservative party announced the results of this year’s leadership race before members in Ottawa Saturday evening.
Join us on Saturday Sept. 10 at 5pm ET / 3pm MT while we discuss the leadership race and watch the results!
"The legacy media love to paint Poilievre with the brush of an angry man who should be shunned by the electorate to avoid an even more divided country. This is nonsense."
The Conservative Party of Canada’s leadership race is nearing its tail-end, as the party’s new leader is set to be announced on September 10. For those unfamiliar with the process, here’s how the new leader will be elected.
"There’s a big difference between sticking to the principles of K.I.S.S (Keep It Simple Stupid) in order to increase accessibility, especially for immigrants, and forcing a left-wing political ideology onto people via diction."
Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre announced that if elected prime minister, his government would work towards passing a “Plain Language Act” to simplify the language used in government.
Conservative leadership candidates Leslyn Lewis and Scott Aitchison are exchanging jabs at one another over an email the Lewis campaign sent referencing the Nuremberg code.
Amid Western University’s imposition of a mask mandate and three-dose vaccine mandate for their students this upcoming academic term, Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidates have come out criticizing the decision.
Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre has a special knack for triggering the left – especially on TikTok. On this episode of Ratio’d, Harrison Faulkner reacts to two of the most ridiculous anti-Poilievre takes we could find on the app. Tune into Ratio’d with Harrison Faulkner now!
As the leadership race is set to come to a close, with the winner set to be announced on Sept 10, True North’s Elie Cantin-Nantel caught up with Lewis at an event she held in Gatineau, Quebec, and got an update on her campaign.
“Vladimir Putin shut down a TV station in Russia… [Poilievre] wants to shut down CBC in Canada,” Dagenais told Radio X host Dominic Maurais in French.
This week, multiple legacy media outlets claimed Canadians were scared of Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre because former prime minister Stephen Harper endorsed the Carleton MP to become leader. Andrew Lawton and Harrison Faulkner discuss why these reports and polls can’t be trusted.