Dozens of Shelly Glover supporters gathered outside Manitoba's Progressive Conservative headquarters on Sunday to protest what they call an unfair election.

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Dozens of Shelly Glover supporters gathered outside Manitoba's Progressive Conservative headquarters on Sunday to protest what they call an unfair election.

A day earlier, premier-designate Heather Stefanson won the party leadership race that decided who will become Manitoba's next premier, coming out ahead of former MP Glover by 363 votes.

Stefanson's victory came amid an ongoing controversy surrounding missing ballots, after at least 1,200 people party members said they didn't get their mail-in ballots days before the vote.

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