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Some seemed to tell delegates they have no chance of winning.
Either the NDP is simply another party supporting the economic and political status quo or it is so afraid of being called "radical" by the mainstream media that it self censors to the point of political blandness. NDP members are right to deride the ideas flowing from the Conservative leadership race, but they are wrong to dismiss it as a circus. The Conservatives' boldness and willingness to amplify their agenda is something the NDP should mimic.
Ex-immigration minister insists he can win.
"It could be time to put aside our desire to continuously be on the stage."
The Tory leadership hopeful was embroiled in controversy over a "lock her up'' chant that began while he was addressing a similar event a week earlier.
And he gave Chris Alexander a piece of his mind, too.
The world is changing rapidly. We have witnessed the success of the Brexit campaign in the UK, and the victory of Donald Trump in the U.S. Amid the social and political turmoil, some political groups and social movements are emerging to exploit this climate of tension and fear and make political and financial gains out of it. Canada has not been immune of this.
Chris Alexander's role at an Edmonton rally comes under fire.
The chant became popular at Donald Trump rallies.
Canada is not in the same situation as the U.S., said Chris Alexander.
Some are still working on a bid. Others haven't made up their minds.
Former immigration minister Chris Alexander says his decision to run for the leadership of the Conservative Party is not about restoring his personal reputation after the last election but rather abou...
Steven Blaney is the second Conservative in two days to make such a move.