Unorthodox tactics and bringing voters back to the table

A big story from the past election was the Conservative Party's success in wooing so-called "ethnic voters" to their side. Much of the credit has gone to Immigration Minister Jason Kenney, the so-called "minister for curry in a hurry."

Embassy Staff
Published: Wednesday, 08/03/2011 12:00 am EDT

A big story from the past election was the Conservative Party's success in wooing so-called "ethnic voters" to their side. Much of the credit has gone to Immigration Minister Jason Kenney, the so-called "minister for curry in a hurry." Not only has he attended hundreds if not thousands of cultural events he helped organize a strategy that included advertisements and policies designed to attract key voter blocs from various multicultural communities across the country.

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