03.06.2012 09:54 PM

Jenni Byrne

I predict that is a name that will be very, very well-known in the next few months.


  1. Curtis in Calgary says:


  2. David says:

    Sunlight will shine into the shadows soon enough.

    Time for Canada to know what Ms. Byrne has been up to “behind” Harper.

    I wonder if Jenni has ever visited Guelph, Ontario?


  3. Mike says:

    Bold. I’m definitely going with Doug Findlay. IIRC he was in on the bribing of Chuck Cadman and the point man on the election finance fraud/in and out scandal.

  4. Fat Arse says:

    I had a dream in which Ms. Byrne was being intimate with a shadowy figure named Pierre Poutine… sure I awoke screaming… but I still wonder as to its real meaning. 🙂

  5. catherine says:

    I got to know that name years ago through the Riddell lawsuit against Harper (which disappointingly was settled out of court on a long weekend with a strict gag order). I didn’t like how she treated an honest person.

  6. Gary says:

    Here she is in the 2008 election. With her boyfriend. Some guy called Pierre.


  7. James says:

    Oh please please please please please please please please tarnish zippy the wonder slug (poilievre). The morons in my neighbourhood keep voting him in… there need to be some way to get him out.

  8. ritalin boy says:

    This it terribly entertaining. Even has a nice picture of the happy couple.

    “…Ms. Byrne in charge on the ground, overseeing day-to-day operations of perhaps one of the most efficient, richest, and iron-disciplined campaign machines in Canadian political history, more may turn on her actions and decisions…”


  9. Ted B says:

    I keep seeing Del Mastro speaking, er, blustering and making stuff up on behalf of Harper and the governing on this electoral fraud file.

    Isn’t that normally Pierre Poilievre’s job?

    Why isn’t he up front and centre on this?


  10. Michael says:

    Last night on The National we had the sight of a reporter trying to get Del Mastro to explain the Conservative change in position on staffers testifying before a Commons committee.

    During the last parliament the Conservative refused to allow their staffers to appear before committees. Now they want to compel the Liberal staffer behind Vikileaks to appear.

    Of course Del Mastro would not explain the Conservatives reversal. Instead opting to tell the reporter it was the Liberals who had changed their position.

  11. Mulletaur says:

    I’m wondering whether somebody else you have a great deal of admiration for was involved in any of what is troubling the HarperCons these days : http://toronto.mediacoop.ca/story/robocall-kouvalis-power-behind-throne/10030. He seems thuggish enough to fit the bill …

  12. J.A. says:

    from the link provided by Mulletaur to Toronto Media Co-op
    “While it’s unknown what’s next for Kouvalis and Campaign Research, both are still very entrenched in the Conservative party.  Kouvalis’ Campaign Research partner, Richard Ciano, is a previous vice-president of the federal Conservative Party …”
    thanks for explanation about this group of operatives.

  13. Lexy Cameron says:

    Here are some known and lesser known names which I think will dominate headlines in the coming months: Campaign Research; Nick Kouvalis; Richard Ciano; Julian Fantino; Dean Del Mastro.

    Just a hunch.

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