The Liberal Party leadership vote will be held in April 2013, the party president says, with the precise date to be confirmed over the summer. Mike Crawley's announcement, which was made on the Liber...
Interim Liberal Leader Bob Rae will be permitted to run in his party's leadership race and he is expected to enter the race, CBC News has learned. Rae took on the job as interim leader a year ago and...
The next Liberal leadership contest will be a real race, says party president Mike Crawley. Speaking to reporters Tuesday, Crawley said he had already met with six or seven prospective candidates, inc...
After some much-needed sleep, I can now comment on the extraordinary things that happened this weekend at the Liberal Convention. One, the hugely positive buzz of a political party bent on renewal, and the buzz from the results of votes on policy and on people that contributed to that sense of renewal, were amazing.
The vote to include "supporters" and not just members in deciding the next Leader is one I'm proud to say I voted for.
Federal Liberals elected the former head of the party's Ontario wing Mike Crawley as their new party president, choosing him over Chretien-era, former cabinet minister Sheila Copps. Crawley and Copps...
This did not look like a party on the brink of extinction. Young Liberals at the convention should be proud of their role and organizing ability. Their success should bolster efforts of many to educate young Canadians on the importance of our democracy and their voice within it.
Mike Crawley's day job as chief of International Power Canada poses a significant risk to the Liberal Party and makes his calls for grassroots inclusion ring hollow. His power company has had a devastating impact on Ontario residents who are forced to live in the shadow of Crawley's work.