Stephen Harper's party mired in bad blood, facing upheaval - 2015-10-20

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F182.png Stephen Harper's party mired in bad blood, facing upheaval October 20, 2015, Jennifer Ditchburn, Canadian Press, CBC News

On his final campaign flight from Abbotsford, B.C. to Calgary, Stephen Harper sat with his closest friends and began putting together the plan for his exit from the Conservative Party leadership.

That plan will unfold this week, as Conservative politicians and the party's rank-and-file look to a future leadership race — only the merged party's second — putting the pieces in place to move forward and rebuild from a devastating election loss.

Public Works Minister Diane Finley speaks during question period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Sources say Finley could be tapped to be the interim leader of the Conservatives. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

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