Somehow, I don't think anyone in Canada missing Kory Teneycke's shadow on the national stage overly much.
While Teneycke might have been an improvement over Sandra Buckler - that's only because he would talk to the media from time to time.
From my perspective, he's just another piece of what's really wrong with Ottawa these days. As part of the message planning and delivery team for PMSH (who holds the real responsibility in many dimensions), it's been Teneycke who has overseen the last few rounds of "attack ads" out of the HarperCon$, and his participation in that cycle has done little except drag Canada's political discourse to new depths.
No ... Mr. Teneycke's departure will be no great loss for Canadians.