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February 24, 2022

Conservatives condemn Putin’s invasion of Ukraine

Ottawa, ON – The Hon. Candice Bergen, Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada and the Official Opposition issued the following statement on Putin’s invasion of Ukraine: “The Conservative Party of Canada stands in solidarity with Ukraine and its people. “Together with millions of Canadians and the Ukrainian community in...

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February 24, 2022

Conservatives Celebrate Canada’s Agriculture Day

Ottawa, ON – John Barlow, Conservative Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Agri-Food and Food Security, Dave Epp, Conservative Deputy Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Agri-Food and Food Security, and Richard Lehoux, Conservative Deputy Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Agri-Food and Food Security, today released the following statement celebrating Canada’s Agriculture Day: “Today we...

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February 16, 2022

Justin Trudeau’s record-high inflation means higher prices for essentials

Ottawa, ON – The Hon. Candice Bergen, Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada and the Official Opposition, released the following statement on a Statistics Canada report warning that inflation reached 5.1 per cent: “For the first time since September 1991, prices are up 5.1 per cent compared to a...

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February 15, 2022

Conservatives call for a plan to end all federal mandates and restrictions

Ottawa, ON – The Hon. Candice Bergen, Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada and the Official Opposition, released the following statement on the Conservative Opposition Day motion calling on the Liberals to table a plan to lift all federal mandates and restrictions: “Canadians urgently need a plan to get...

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Lea Mollison

Meet The Candidate

Lea was born and raised in Saskatchewan and moved throughout the province with her mom, dad, and brother during her first sixteen years. Together her family ran a successful horse training and breeding facility where Lea honed her talent and love of horses.  

Becoming a mother in her teens, Lea strived to be a leading example for her children and younger sibling while she pursued a post-secondary education where she completed her BA in Native Studies from the University of Saskatchewan in 2012. As a mother of three and wife of a military member, she moved across western Canada over the past 20 years while supporting her husband and children.  

Lea prides herself on being connected to at-risk youth and continues to engage with and research initiatives that positively impact future Canadian generations. She currently works at a breast screening clinic in Thunder Bay where she assists facilitating critical medical testing for at risk women in Northern Ontario. 

As a conservative, Lea believes in a fiscally responsible government that must be held accountable for its spending. She believes that governments should not only be self-aware and conscious of their decisions, but they should also be answerable to the people when problems arise.  

Lea’s education opened her up to the experiences of Indigenous peoples across Canada and the world. As a teenage mother, Lea endured hardships that many at-risk youth across Canada face today.  

Lea sees running as a conservative candidate as an opportunity to create real change in Canada. Her combination of extensive work experience and knowledge of communities across Canada will make her an ideal Member of Parliament.  



Lea est née et a grandi en Saskatchewan et s’est déplacée partout dans la province avec sa mère, son père et son frère au cours de ses seize premières années. Ensemble, sa famille dirigeait un centre d’entraînement et d’élevage de chevaux où Lea perfectionnait son talent et son amour des chevaux.

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