Ottawa — Conservative leader Erin O’Toole will learn from a Tory caucuses on Wednesday whether he will remain leader. Here are some of the key players involved in calling for a review of his leadership.
Garnet Genuis — Alberta is one of the signatories of a letter that approved about one-third of Autur’s 118 caucuses to dismiss him as a leader. Genuis, who was elected as a critic of international development and human rights, first urged the Conservatives to gather behind the prime minister after losing last year’s elections. Now he says, it has changed.
Senator Dennis Batters — The long-time Conservative Party launched a petition last November asking party members to sign whether they would like to see Outur’s leadership reviewed earlier than the scheduled date of 2023. And the carbon tax made him unreliable to Canadians. Outur then removed her from the national caucuses, but both the Tory Senate caucuses and the Saskatchewan local caucuses emphasized the rift he was facing and she could stay. Were determined.
Shannon Stubbs — Last fall, Alberta lawmakers called for members to review Outur’s leadership within six months due to changes made by Autour to the party. She said voting shares fell in last year’s elections and wanted to outline how to keep traditional conservative voters who feel alienated by promises about spending.
Mark Strahl — British Columbia Parliamentarian and former Tory Whip publicly criticized Outur for inconsistent messages regarding vaccine obligations. This is what his other critics are echoing. Outur, along with other lawmakers, has been pressured by Strahl to take a stricter position against the controversial secular law in Quebec.
Pierre Poirievre — A prominent critic and member of the Ottawa region, if Outur loses his leadership vote, he is considered the next candidate for leader. After last year’s election, Poilivere said the party already had leaders and he wasn’t interested in doing it. But he is very popular among the conservative grassroots. In 2020, Outur planned to take part in the leadership race of the party that finally won, but before the official announcement, the race withdrew, saying it would take away time with the young family.