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Erin O'Toole

Annamie Paul, Chrystia Freeland and Leslyn Lewis each made history in their own way.
The prime minister has claimed the opposition parties “don’t agree” with his post-pandemic plans.
NDP MP Charlie Angus accused the Tory leader of “revisionist race-baiting.”
Eric Duncan, the first openly gay Tory MP, led the push in question period.
The Conservative leader blamed Liberals for causing anxiety and uncertainty.
In the Conservative leader's first 100 days, he's trying to strike a new tone for the party.
The “partisan side” of the COVID-19 crisis could be a “good opportunity” for Erin O’Toole, Harper’s former campaign manager says.
Conservatives are demanding Freeland apologize for remarks after a UN vote last week.
Checking in on the Conservative Party’s fresh start.
About Erin O'Toole
Erin O’Toole is the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, elected in August, 2020. Prior to entering politics, he served as a captain in the Canadian Forces Air Command and practiced corporate law. He was first elected to the House of Commons in 2012 as the MP for Durham. He formerly held the position of veterans affairs minister under the government of Conservative prime minister Stephen Harper from January to November 2015.