What Pierre Poilievre's exit means for the Conservative leadership race - 2020-01-24

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F182.png What Pierre Poilievre's exit means for the Conservative leadership race January 24, 2020, Éric Grenier, CBC News

Jean Charest was probably in — and then he was definitely out. Rona Ambrose was thinking about it — then she stopped. Peter MacKay is in and, by all accounts, still is. Pierre Poilievre was going to throw his hat into the ring, too. Until he wasn't.

Yes, the Conservative leadership race we all expected has not quite materialized.

Poilievre's surprise announcement on Thursday that he would not mount a bid for the leadership leaves the contours of this campaign ill-defined. The Ontario MP was widely considered to be the main competition for MacKay, the former cabinet minister and last leader of the federal Progressive Conservative Party.

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{{cite news | first = Éric | last = Grenier | title = What Pierre Poilievre's exit means for the Conservative leadership race | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/grenier-poilievre-out-1.5438447 | work = CBC News | date = January 24, 2020 | accessdate = January 24, 2020 }}