As the election season came to a close, the newsroom of the Ottawa Citizen and the Montreal Gazette were flooded with calls from the public, from frustrated Canadians, from anxious Canadians who wanted to know what was going on, and from the media.
A few of the calls came from journalists who were worried that they might be making the same mistake they had made last spring, when they asked candidates whether they would accept an invitation from the government to speak on behalf of their party.
It’s one of the few issues on which candidates can’t really change their mind, since the party has a majority in Parliament and is responsible for deciding on policy.
But it’s a big topic for the party to tackle, and the party is trying to figure out where to begin.
“I’m looking for people to get on board with this,” said Michael Callaghan, the party’s political director.
The idea of a new party is hardly new. “
We’re going to need people to be engaged in this and to be involved in this, to help us get this done.”
The idea of a new party is hardly new.
When the Liberals came to power in 1998, they promised to “drain the swamp” of the previous Progressive Conservative party, which had been in power since 1977.
Since then, they have done little to change the makeup of their government, but they have also done more to promote and promote the Conservative brand.
The Conservative Party of Canada has a long history of trying to present itself as the opposition party to the Liberals.
But in 2016, the new Conservative government did something that it has done little else in the last three decades: it decided to launch a new political party.
In order to do this, the Liberals had to give up some of their most effective tools in the war against the Liberals: the electoral alliance.
The Conservatives have had to build a coalition of support from across the country to take over the House of Commons, which means it had to work harder to attract and keep support from other parties.
As the Conservative Party, and especially the Prime Minister, try to get out of the opposition, the NDP and other parties are trying to use that coalition to win seats in the Commons.
That means they have to do things like invite people who were not originally part of the coalition, to join their ranks, or to make the case that the Conservatives have the best platform for a Liberal government.
For instance, the Progressive Conservative and Liberal parties have been trying to convince the public that the Tories have a better record on immigration than the Liberals, and that the Liberals have been too slow to move to reform the Canadian immigration system.
They have also been trying their best to build coalitions across the political spectrum.
And they have been using some of the same tactics that the Harper government used to try to win support from the Conservatives: they have used the threat of a third-party candidacy to try and convince the general public that they are not the best choice.
But the Conservatives’ efforts to build support from within their own party have been particularly effective.
While the Liberals and NDP were able to convince Canadians that they were not going to do the job for which they were elected, the Conservatives could not.
The party has been unable to build an effective coalition across the whole political spectrum, despite having an extremely popular Prime Minister who was very popular in Canada.
And so the Conservatives were left with a choice: they could either focus on getting people who they thought would vote Conservative to the polls, and thus help the Conservatives win more seats in Parliament, or they could focus on building coalitions that were able and willing to work together with the Liberals to get their policies passed.
This was one of two strategies that the Conservative party had used for several years, both to get more Conservative votes and to build up coalitions of support that would allow them to win more of the seats they needed to form a majority government.
The other strategy was to try, at least for the time being, to get a more diverse coalition of candidates, to win the support of the minority of voters that supported the Liberals in the past.
In the current election, the Tories had been able to build on that strategy, but not at the same rate.
There were some signs that things were looking up for the Conservatives, particularly when it came to attracting people who voted Conservative in the first place.
For example, the number of people who identified as Conservative jumped from 30 per cent in 2015 to 42 per cent last fall.
That’s significant, since that number had dropped from 33 per cent to just 28 per cent for the last five years.
And while it’s true that a large majority of the Conservative voters are now Conservatives, it is also true that many of those voters have been in Conservative ridings for years, and there are some areas where the Conservatives are getting some help.
For this reason, the Conservative campaign team says it is hopeful that the election will see the party win more than half