Conservatives planning a sweeping three-part review of party's 2019 campaign - 2019-11-08

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F182.png Conservatives planning a sweeping three-part review of party's 2019 campaign November 8, 2019, Hannah Thibedeau, CBC News

Former cabinet minister John Baird's external review of the Conservative Party of Canada's election performance is just one part of what Conservatives are calling a sweeping effort to get at the reasons behind the party's recent defeat.

Within hours of being named chair of the external review, Baird — who served as minister of foreign affairs in Stephen Harper's cabinet — began conducting interviews, starting with senior campaign staff.

Conservative sources say Baird's tone in these interviews has been forward-looking but serious, and his questions appear intended to get an honest assessment of what went wrong and help the party mount a more successful campaign next time.

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