Three-man race for PC leadership

Cory Hurley
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Candidates running for the leadership of the provincial Progressive Conservative party, from left, Frank Coleman, Bill Barry and Wayne Bennett.

It has been confirmed that the race for the next Conservative leader in Newfoundland and Labrador will be between three west coast men.

Fisheries tycoon Bill Barry entered the race weeks ago, while businessman Frank Coleman officially entered today. Former head of the Newfoundland and Labrador First Party Wayne Bennett also entered the race today.

Corner Brook man Clarence Cantwell said he fell eight signatures shy of the 50 required to run. He said he had all other obligations in place.

Organizations: Newfoundland and Labrador First Party Wayne Bennett

Geographic location: Newfoundland and Labrador, Corner Brook

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  • Crazy
    March 15, 2014 - 10:14

    Yes Sir were moving on up to the ease side of life, My name is Larry, this my brother Daryl and my other brother Daryl. This ( Absolutely Ridiculous ). Three provincial politics party, And neither one of them got leader, Yes sir our future is going to be brighter then every before. The word is on the street ,MHA for Humber Valley along with his brother Is going to started up a car dealership .Not in Deer Lake, But in Corner Brook. LOL..That don't say much for the people of his district, or community. They rather pay taxes to CB. Then the community they are from..