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Social conservative issues ‘off limits, period’ at Ontario PC convention: Patrick Brown


By -- National Post —— Bio and Archives--October 12, 2017

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TORONTO — The leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives, a largely unknown politician who polls suggest could be the province’s next premier, says social conservative issues will be off limits at his party’s much anticipated policy convention.

Patrick Brown, who as a former backbench MP in Stephen Harper’s government voted in favour of reopening the abortion debate, has been busy trying to fend off Liberal attacks that he is a thinly disguised social conservative. But Brown says he is pro-choice and more recently has led Pride parade delegations.—More…



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