It’s been a bad week and a half of headlines for Erin O’Toole’s Conservatives. Their upcoming convention presents the chance to turn things around or create further headaches for the new leader.
Plus a leftist think tank supports cutting beer taxes, BC appeals a loss over ICBC reforms and is challenged to do better for old-growth forests. Trudeau names a panel to appoint the next Governor General while his government cut funding to an accessible library service.
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- Unlike past Conservative leaders, Erin O’Toole has enjoyed no bump in the polls
- 338Canada: O’Toole’s numbers sour
- As tensions rise in Conservative caucus, Erin O’Toole’s leadership is put to the test
- Anti-abortion groups seek to dominate Conservative policy convention
- New Report: An Examination of Beer Taxation in Canada
- B.C. government will appeal court ruling on ICBC reforms
- BC not on track to meet milestones for old-growth, First Nations and forestry transition
- B.C. urged to protect at-risk old growth while it works to transform forestry policy
- Small island off BC coast returned to local First Nation
- New panel named to advise Trudeau on choosing governor general to succeed Payette
- Advocates urge Liberals to cancel ‘devastating’ cut to services for Canadians with print reading disabilities
- To reduce gender inequality, introduce paid sick leave
- Gendered language changes reduce barriers