Liberal caucus giving Bob Rae a standing ovation in the House of CommonsAmid glowing tributes from the other parties, Wednesday marked Bob Rae's final caucus meeting and House sitting as interim Liberal leader.
After almost two years in the post, Rae will step aside for the new leader to be named at an event in Ottawa on April 14th.
As premier of Ontario from 1990 to 1995, most would agree that Rae had a tarnished image. To this day, many decry his economic record as the NDP premier and chide him for being a political turncoat.
But as Liberal leader, he served the party well.
Do two good years as Liberal leader erase his legacy as Ontario premier?
We went to our expert panel for their opinions on Rae. Here's what they had to say.
Warren Kinsella, Liberal insider, Sun News columnist:
"He's been like many last-term presidents and Prime Ministers - when they're no longer seeking another term, they end up having their greatest accomplishments.
I opposed him, openly and loudly, asRead More »from What is Bob Rae’s legacy?