The West Block: Sept. 12, 2021 | Conservative Leader O’Toole shares his party’s new direction

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On this episode of The West Block: As part of the show’s leader federal party leader interview series, host Mercedes Stephenson sits down with Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole. O’Toole discusses efforts to reframe the party’s position on issues like climate change, while Stephenson pushes him on issues where he’s been accused of flip-flopping, like the assault weapon ban.

Plus, our host and the show’s political panel weighs in on the Conservatives’ push for the Toronto suburbs, Jody Wilson-Raybould’s upcoming book and leader statements on Quebec’s controversial secularism law. Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi, former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall and former independent MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes join Stephenson weekly to share their insight on the trail.

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