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Leone: The tale of two Tim Hudaks

Columnist Rob Leone recalls the former Conservative leader caught between conflicting personas: the man who would be premier and the man who loved professional wrestling, remembered birthdays and had an acerbic wit.

Published Aug 12, 2016 at 12:00am

Leone: The tale of two Tim Hudaks

TORONTO, ON – JUNE 12 – Together with his wife Deb at the Mountain Ridge Community Centre in Grimsby, PC leader Tim Hudak conceded defeat and stepped down as leader of Ontario Progressive Conservative Party after losing in the election to Liberals’ Kathleen Wynne, June 12, 2014.

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