On Point

Still no competition in PC leadership race

Bill Barry is still the only candidate to officially enter the race to become the next leader of the Progressive Conservatives, and he's run head first into alpha Tory — Danny Williams.
On Point this week, we're discussing the PC leadership and asking when will it become an actual race? 18:20

Bill Barry is still the only candidate to officially enter the race to become the next leader of the Progressive Conservatives, and he's run head first into alpha Tory  Danny Williams.

Williams said Barry "would definitely not" have his support in the leadership race.

But with no other candidates officially running against Barry, the race has yet to become an actual race.

The media panel is featured on this week's On Point. 

Russell Wangersky, Anthony Germain and James McLeod discuss exactly where this Tory leadership race is heading, with host David Cochrane.

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