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Erin O'Toole

Did absent Tory MPs help guarantee the Liberal government’s survival?
Erin O’Toole says he doesn’t have confidence in Trudeau’s government but also doesn’t want another vote.
She said he “pleaded for the support of social conservatives who worked to remove a woman’s right to choose.”
The Conservative leader has reached out to women, NDP-Conservative switchers, oil patch workers and Indigenous people.
The new Tory leader accused Trudeau of being “all talk and no action.”
Erin O’Toole announced Friday that he also tested positive.
He said Trudeau “must answer for why we do not have access to more of the tests our allies are using.”
They say Indigenous "Land Back" movements used the phrase long before O’Toole or the Tories.
"We feel this is an existential threat to human rights in Canada."
He also discussed John A. Macdonald’s legacy in his first speech to caucus as Tory leader.
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.