Leadership candidates will have until April 19 to put their name forward and the cut-off for membership sales will end on June 3
The Conservative Party of Canada will elect its new leader on September 10.
Two sources told the National Post that the Leadership Election Organizing Committee (LEOC) decided on the key dates of the leadership race on Wednesday evening.
Leadership candidates will have until April 19 to put their name forward and the cut-off for membership sales will end on June 3. Mail-in ballots will be sent to members at the end of July or early August, and the result will be announced on September 10th.
Like it was the case in 2020, candidates will have to submit $200,000 in registration fees, and an additional $100,000 refundable deposit.
More details to come.
— With additional reporting by Ryan Tumilty
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