Progressive Conservative love

Help support Wordnik by adopting your favorite word!

Progressive Conservative


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. a member of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
  • adj. pertaining to the Progressive Conservative Party


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Now, the term Progressive Conservative will immediately raise suspicions in all of your minds.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • The committee, composed of representatives from the governing Ontario Liberal Party along with the opposition Progressive Conservative and New Democratic parties, will support the proposed deal with certain conditions, according to a person familiar with the situation.

    TMX Wins Conditional Support for LSE Tie-Up

  • The committee comprises representatives from the governing Ontario Liberal Party, along with the leaders of the opposition Progressive Conservative and New Democratic Parties.

    Ontario Minister: Maple Bid for TMX Has Challenges

  • The aptly named Progressive Conservative leader John Tory, in his push to fund religious schools in Ontario, says it would be just fine with him if Christian schools teach creationism as a legitimate alternative to evolution.

    The Panda's Thumb: Jeffrey Shallit Archives

  • Nova Scotia's opposition MLAs voted down a finance bill Monday, prompting the fall of the minority Progressive Conservative government and setting the stage for an election.

    Nova Scotia Tory Government Falls - Election?

  • The so-called “sunshine list” began in the 1996 during the days of former Progressive Conservative premier Mike Harris.

    2009 March « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • The Progressive Conservative government of Alberta, through their lawyer David Kamal, says we have a choice: political and religious opinion or human rights legislation.

    I accuse Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach of anti-Christian bigotry - Ezra Levant

  • By contrast, the Progressive Conservative approach is based on the premise that sacrificing the concerns of part of the country for the good of the whole of the country only leaves the country weaker, not stronger.

    For the record: Danny Williams' 2001 speech to Nova Scotia Tories

  • Perhaps Mr. Williams would consider running as an independent Progressive Conservative in the next federal election, potentially leading - as did Lucien Bouchard - a nationalist bloquiste party.

    Hearn hits back

  • Manning was booted from the provincial Progressive Conservative caucus last May, after Manning spoke out against the provincial government's controversial raw materials sharing plan for the crab industry.

    Williams big on Harper 2006


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.