Scott Brison loves Toronto.
Toronto doesn't love Scott Brison. Well, except around Church and Wellesley.
But what an embarassingly gushing load of over-emotive, cliche-ridden prose. The sad part is that Brison probably wrote it himself.
But the National Post has hit on a great idea all the same: ask the Liberal leadership candidates what they think of random Canadian communities.
Ask Michael Ignatieff what he thinks about Vegreville, home of the world's largest Ukranian Easter egg.
Get Hedy Fry's opinion about Prince George.
Or any of their opinions on Calgary.
The articles just write themselves.