O'Toole moving quickly to put stamp on federal Conservative party - 2020-08-25
It took Erin O'Toole less than 12 hours to go from winning the Conservative leadership race early Monday to taking his seat behind the boss's desk in the Official Opposition office, moving swiftly to begin building a team to guide his party in the months ahead.
O'Toole's first order of business was setting in motion staffing changes. That is likely to involve bringing in some of his campaign team to oversee operations and strategy on Parliament Hill, while others take up senior roles within the party.
Next, turning to his 121-member Conservative caucus to pull together the team he'll have around him on the front benches in the House of Commons this fall.