Former Conservative cabinet minister John Baird says he’s not running to lead the federal Conservative party. “I sincerely appreciate all the emails, phone calls and offers of time and energy,” he tweeted
Globe editorial: How Ottawa helped Newfoundland build the multibillion dollar fiasco that is Muskrat Falls
The financial disaster that is the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project has many authors. The most important may be the Stephen Harper government. Had it not effectively loaned the federal balance sheet
Canadians say it’s more important for next Tory leader to be fiscally conservative than socially conservative: poll
Canadians, including voters who identify as Conservatives, say it is more important for the party’s next leader to be fiscally conservative than socially conservative, a new poll shows. Thirty-three per
It’s hard to imagine that Erin O’Toole doesn’t take all of this as an insult. There is palpable angst among a subset of Conservatives who feel their party’s leadership race is turning into a coronation
John Baird, known to close friends as Rusty, has likely had both ears burned off by now with folks yelling passionately at him to enter the Conservative leadership race and save the party from the apocalypse.