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After two conventions in 2000 in Ottawa, Reform was recast as the Canadian Alliance, and Scheer shifted to work on Manning’s campaign to lead the rebranded party.
When the Albertan patriarch of populism was upset by B. MP Stockwell Day for the Alliance leadership, Scheer stayed on to work in Day’s operation on the Hill in correspondence and communications.
Created by Manning in 1987, Reform rose as a Western populist movement and split the federal right-of-centre vote throughout the 1990s.
After the 1997 election, Manning led the Official Opposition to Jean Chrétien’s Liberal government.
Although trained as a teacher, he worked at the Citizen’s library for many years. Scheer says his father often called home from work after being asked a tricky research question by a reporter.“He’d say, ‘Okay, Andrew, go down to the library, and on the second bookshelf by the window, open up such-and-such a book, first chapter, what does the line say?’ ” Scheer says his father’s job at the paper, combined with Ottawa’s politics-saturated atmosphere, prompted many family discussions.Canadian Alliance candidate Preston Manning (right) gives a high five to Andrew Scheer, then of the University of Ottawa Canadian Alliance Club during a stop in the Manning campaign headquarters in Ottawa, Monday, July 3, 2000.(Jonathan Hayward/CP) He arrived on Parliament Hill at a watershed moment.