O’Toole triggers campaign review after loss, saying no one more disappointed than him


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OTTAWA – Conservative leader Erin O’Toole says she has launched a review looking at her party’s electoral losses, underlining that she is committed to making sure Tories are battle-ready for the next one Huh.

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O’Toole appeared at his party’s broadcast studio in downtown Ottawa in a less upbeat tone than in his speech early Tuesday after the election results were out for the first time.

Mail-in ballots are still to be counted, but estimates so far show the Conservatives finishing with 119 seats, while with the Liberals 158 seats, returning the Grits to parliament with a minority government. .


O’Toole currently has two fewer seats than his predecessor, Andrew Scheer, when the Conservatives lost the 2019 federal election.

Scheer was re-elected as Member of Parliament in Saskatchewan, but stepped down as leader after an internal pressure campaign to leave him after the last election.

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O’Toole says no one is more disappointed than him about the party’s lack of gains in Metro Vancouver, the Greater Toronto Area and Quebec that would have provided him a path to victory.


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