The province's Opposition Leader Patrick Brown is consulting with everybody, as he tours northern Ontario in an effort to rebuild the party, after their 2014 loss to Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals. Brown defeated Christine Elliott to succeed Tim Hudak.

Dryden residents will get to meet Ontario's Opposition Leader this week. Patrick Brown will be visiting Wednesday afternoon, as he works to renew the province's Progressive Conservative party.

Brown defeated Christine Elliott to win the leadership in the spring. After serving on city council in Barrie, he defeated cabinet minister Aileen Carroll for the federal seat in 2006.

Brown also served as the caucus chairman for the Greater Toronto Area, before moving to provincial politics.

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