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CanadianTory's Test Thread

CanadianTory

Progressive Conservative
Location
The Loyalist Province
Pronouns
He/Him
Brian Mulroney wins a slightly smaller majority in 1988, but it's just small enough to cost him a certain cabinet minister.

Prime Ministers of Canada
Brian Mulroney (Progressive Conservative)
1984 - 1993
-84: John Turner (Liberal), Ed Broadbent (New Democratic)
-88: John Turner (Liberal), Ed Broadbent (New Democratic)

Joe Clark (Progressive Conservative) 1993
Jean Chrétien (Liberal) 1993 - 2000
-93: Lucien Bouchard (Bloc Québécois), Preston Manning (Reform), Joe Clark (Progressive Conservative), Audrey McLaughlin (New Democratic)
-97: Gilles Duceppe (Bloc Québécois), Preston Manning (Reform), Perrin Beatty (Progressive Conservative), Alexa McDonough (New Democratic)

Paul Martin (Liberal) 2000 - 2003
-01 (min.): Brian Pallister (Conservative), Gilles Duceppe (Bloc Québécois), Bill Blaikie (New Democratic)
Brian Pallister (Conservative) 2003 - 2007
-03 (min.): Paul Martin (Liberal), Gilles Duceppe (Bloc Québécois), Bill Blaikie (New Democratic)
-05 (min.): Allan Rock (Liberal), Gilles Duceppe (Bloc Québécois), Bill Blaikie (New Democratic)

Allan Rock (Liberal) 2007 - 2012
-07: Brian Pallister (Conservative), Pierre Paquette (Bloc Québécois), Bill Blaikie (New Democratic)
-10 (min.): Jim Flaherty (Conservative), Pierre Paquette (Bloc Québécois), Peggy Nash (New Democratic), David Chernushenko (Green)

Jean Lapierre (Liberal) 2012 - 2013
Jim Flaherty (Conservative) 2013 - 2014
-13 (min.): Jean Lapierre (Liberal), Pierre Paquette (Bloc Québécois), Peggy Nash (New Democratic), David Chernushenko (Green)
Diane Finley (Conservative) 2014
Pierre Karl Péladeau (Conservative) 2014 - present
-14: Jean Lapierre (Liberal), Peggy Nash (New Democratic), Pierre Paquette (Bloc Québécois), David Chernushenko (Green)
-18: Christy Clark (Liberal), Wab Kinew (New Democratic), David Chernushenko (Green), Martine Ouellet (Bloc Québécois)
-22 (min.): Mélanie Joly (Liberal), Wab Kinew (New Democratic), Jay Hill (Western Independence), David Chernushenko (Green)
 

Callan

Racist name by the way,
Published by SLP
Location
Kingston, ON
Good, underrated and slightly batshit PoD. The book I'm reading about the 1993 Tory campaign does mention in passing that Clark was at least considering standing to succeed Mulroney and that one of the reasons why he left his resignation so late was because he was waiting for Clark to announce he was retiring from politics.

Although I do wonder how well Clark, who in 1993 was best known as Minister Responsible for the Constitutional Reforms That Blew Up In Our Face, would do in a Campbell-less leadership race. Feel like it's more likely to be someone like McDougall or Valcourt.
 

CanadianTory

Progressive Conservative
Location
The Loyalist Province
Pronouns
He/Him
Good, underrated and slightly batshit PoD. The book I'm reading about the 1993 Tory campaign does mention in passing that Clark was at least considering standing to succeed Mulroney and that one of the reasons why he left his resignation so late was because he was waiting for Clark to announce he was retiring from politics.

Although I do wonder how well Clark, who in 1993 was best known as Minister Responsible for the Constitutional Reforms That Blew Up In Our Face, would do in a Campbell-less leadership race. Feel like it's more likely to be someone like McDougall or Valcourt.
Yeah, but I wanted to remove the possibility of Clark running for the leadership after 1993.
 

CanadianTory

Progressive Conservative
Location
The Loyalist Province
Pronouns
He/Him
Prime Ministers of Canada
John Turner (Liberal)
1984 - 1984
Joe Clark (Progressive Conservative) 1984 - 1988
-84: John Turner (Liberal), Ed Broadbent (New Democratic)
Ed Broadbent (New Democratic) 1988 - 1990
-88 (min.): John Turner (Liberal), Joe Clark (Prog. Conservative)
John Turner (Liberal) 1990 - 1995
-90: Ed Broadbent (New Democratic), Michael Wilson (Prog. Conservative), Jean Lapierre (Parti national), Preston Manning (Reform)
-94 (min.): Dave Barrett (New Democratic), Michael Wilson (Prog. Conservative), Jean Lapierre (Parti national), Preston Manning (Reform)

Lawrence Cannon (Liberal) 1995 - 2001
-95 Quebec Referendum: NON - 53.7% OUI - 46.3%
-96: Rick Orman (Prog. Conservative), Dave Barrett (New Democratic), Preston Manning (Reform), Francine Lalonde (Parti national)

Larry Smith (Progressive Conservative) 2001 - 2011
-01 (min.): Lawrence Cannon (Liberal), Frank Klees (Reform), Bill Blaikie (New Democratic), Francine Lalonde (Parti national)
-03: Jane Stewart (Liberal), Bill Blaikie (New Democratic), Frank Klees (Reform), Daniel Turp (Parti national), Frank de Jong (Green)
-07: John Manley (Liberal), Bill Blaikie (New Democratic), Daniel Turp (Parti national), Frank Klees (Reform), Frank de Jong (Green)

Brian Pallister (Progressive Conservative) 2011 - 2012
Denis Coderre (Liberal) 2012 - 2017
-12: Brian Pallister (Prog. Conservative), Peggy Nash (New Democratic), Daniel Turp (Parti national), Frank de Jong (Green), Frank Klees (Reform)
-16 (min.): Brian Pallister (Prog. Conservative), André Boisclair (Parti national), Peggy Nash (New Democratic), Frank de Jong (Green), Paul Hinman (Reform)

Ralph Goodale (Liberal) 2017 - 2017
Sandra Pupatello (Liberal) 2017 -
-18 (min.): Brian Pallister (Prog. Conservative), André Boisclair (Parti national), Glenn Murray (Green), Jennifer McKenzie (New Democratic), Paul Hinman (Reform)
-20: Danielle Smith (Prog. Conservative), Glenn Murray & Megan Leslie (Green Alliance), Martine Ouellet (Parti national), Derek Fildebrandt (Reform)
 
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