Conservative Party leadership hopeful Peter MacKay makes Manitoulin stop, declares intent to be a unifying leader

Conservative Party of Canada leader candidate Peter MacKay, centre, visited Little Current last Wednesday, August 5 to speak with party members and share his vision, should they elect him as their leader. Speaking with Mr. MacKay, from left, is Dave Williamson, who ran for the Conservatives in Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing in the recent federal election; Aubrey Millard and Jib Turner, who hosted the event at his home and has run for the Ontario Progressive Conservatives in Algoma-Manitoulin. photo by Warren Schlote

LITTLE CURRENT - Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidate Peter MacKay visited the home of long-time Conservative supporters Jib and Debby Turner in Little Current last Wednesday, August 5, marking the politician’s first time on Manitoulin Island as he travels to secure votes for his bid to become the next federal Tory leader.

“I’ve always wanted to come here (to Manitoulin Island),” ...

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