Right-leaning political parties are ruling in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland and Labrador and, of course, in Ottawa.
But can the good times continue?
That's a question that conservatives from across the country will be asking themselves at the sixth annual Manning Networking Conference — organized by the Manning Centre — which gets underway on Thursday evening at the Ottawa Convention Centre.
"We constantly monitor [the conservative movement] — where the strengths are," the centre's namesake, Preston Manning, told Yahoo Canada News during a telephone interview on Wednesday.
"I think a strength of the conservatives...is on the economic front. But I think a worry there is that some of the polling shows that while Canadians hold these conservative economic values — the values of balance budgets, keeping taxes moderate, expanding trade — they don't necessarily translate to support for Conservative parties orRead More »from Right-leaning Canadians at odds over state of conservatism in Canada