Erin O'Toole has been ousted as Conservative Party of Canada leader after 73 members of the Tory caucus voted to replace him. (Photo - The Canadian Press)
Erin O'Toole has been ousted as Conservative Party of Canada leader after 73 members of the Tory caucus voted to replace him.
45 endorsed O'Toole's leadership.
Caucus members are now going to choose an interim leader and New Brunswick MP John Williamson was quick to post on social media that he'd like to have the job.
The party's members of Parliament met virtually today to cast secret ballots after about one-third of them signed a notice that triggered a leadership review.
Quebec MP Pierre Paul-Hus says the party is more united than ever after this morning's vote and want to move forward so they can win the next election.
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