Podcast Dec 16, 2020 5:16 PM EST

Erin O'Toole’s first 100 days as Conservative leader, success or failure?

Has O'Toole's success in the CPC leadership race translated to popularity among the broader Canadian electorate?

Erin O'Toole’s first 100 days as Conservative leader, success or failure?
Matthew Grainger Toronto, ON
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Once an underdog candidate, Erin O'Toole's victory in the 2020 Conservative leadership election likely came as a shock to many. But has O'Toole's success in the CPC race translated to popularity among the broader Canadian electorate?

O'Toole's leadership platform centred around being tough on the Chinese Regime, helping to end western alienation by opposing the Carbon tax and supporting pipeline projects, while sticking up for small business during the pandemic.

A Liberal minority government presents a rare opportunity for the official opposition to draft and pass motions in the House of Commons; an opportunity that O'Toole and his brand new shadow cabinet have attempted to seize.

Here is what Erin O'Toole has done in his first 100 days as Leader of Canada's Conservative Party to fulfill those promises, and whether he could be the leader to get the conservatives out of opposition benches and back into power.

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