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Who should lead the Conservative Party of Canada?

After the ballots have been cast — but ahead of the final results being announced — join Checkup with guest host Kathleen Petty this Sunday just before the Conservative Party of Canada's next leader is crowned.
The Conservative Party leadership race comes to a close on Sunday. Join Checkup guest host Kathleen Petty to discuss the race at 4:00 pm ET before the results are released. (CBC)

After the ballots have been cast — but ahead of the final results being announced — join Checkup just before the Conservative Party of Canada's next leader is crowned.

On Sunday night, the party will announce a new leader. Ballots have been cast by mail due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Four candidates — Peter MacKay, Ontario MP Erin O'Toole, Toronto lawyer Leslyn Lewis and Ontario MP Derek Sloan — are in the running to succeed outgoing leader Andrew Scheer.

What's next for the Official Opposition? And how will the new leader shape the party's future?

Our question: Who should lead the Conservative Party of Canada? 

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