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FAULKNER: Are there only white people at Poilievre’s events?

FAULKNER: Are there only white people at Poilievre’s events?

Conservative leadership candidate and perceived front-runner Pierre Poilievre held another well-attended event on Tuesday night, this time in the Liberal-NDP stronghold of downtown Toronto.

The size of Poilievre’s events has generated a lot of enthusiasm – and criticism as well. Legacy media journalists have criticized the Carleton MP for having only “white people” at his rallies. But is this actually true?

True North producer Harrison Faulkner was at the rally on Tuesday and spoke with supporters and campaign volunteers, including two former cabinet ministers about what excites them about Poilievre’s campaign and the media’s criticism of the campaign.

As of right now, Poilievre is one of just three verified candidates in the race along with former Quebec Premier Jean Charest and Ontario MP Leslyn Lewis. True North will continue to bring you daily updates and original journalism of the Conservative leadership race.

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