Will he make the case for reform or come out in favour of abolition? Stay tuned!
Also on the agenda this morning: Hill journalists share their perspective during what will undoubtedly be a lively Q&A with conference attendees, while Conservative MP Joy Smith talks prostitution laws with Sun News columnist Anthony Furey, and Institute for Marriage and the Family researchers take a closer look at what they claim is a "marriage gap between rich and poor Canadians."
Saturday afternoon, conference namesake and former Reform Party leader Preston Manning will comment on the less-than-rosy results of the latest polling numbers on the state of the conservative movement.
Finally, author and commentator Mark Steyn will wrap up the two-day event with a keynote address on "Conservatism and the facts of life."Suggest a correction