McLeod says Conservatives are setting new path

By Jill Sperling
May 28, 2016 - 7:07am

KAMLOOPS — Decisions made at the Conservative convention in Vancouver today, May 28, could set the foundation for the future of the party.

Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo MP Cathy McLeod says the party is voting on numerous policy updates or changes. 

She believes today's debate will set the party on its path to becoming the next government. 

"We're certainly already set up as the official opposition and, of course, the job being to hold the government to account in term of the decisions they're making." McLeod said. 

"What (the convention) is setting us up for is a government in waiting, and presenting to Canadians what our vision and our plan is for Canada."

McLeod says the party will be debating a number of social issues, environment, health, and criminal justice. 

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