John Geddes revisits ‘the coronation route’
The leadership candidates enjoy a series of casual chats
One blog, nine candidates, two hours, 23 entries
The former Liberal Justice minister is a late-breaking candidate for the federal Liberal leadership. He lost to Tom Mulcair in Outremont in 2011 and did not contest the three elections
Past and current MPs came out for the hanging of Jean Chrétien’s official portrait painted by artist Christan Nicholson. Below, Chrétien with the portrait.
Former Liberal MP Martin Cauchon
(Left to right) MPs Navdeep Bains, Mark Holland, Martha Hall Findlay, Mario Silva, Gerard Kennedy and former MP Omar Alghabra.
MP Mario Silva (centre) with Navdeep Bains (right).
Le Devoir’s young political reporter, recently departed from Ottawa (no fool he) to ply his trade back home in Montreal, turns in easily the best tick-tock of the events leading
Coderre’s resignation, writes Andrew Coyne, was the political equivalent of a suicide bombing
Introducing the Liberal Party of Canada’s new candidate in Outremont:
Martin Cauchon has been offered the Liberal nomination in Jeanne-Le Ber, which was contested in 2008 (I was at the nomination meeting. It was very entertaining), on a platter, by
Not quite. But then, around here we like the spicy headlines. Here’s what friend Chantal actually says in her column today about the Cauchon-Coderre hijinx:
Both of them might be