Stephen Harper Does NOT Unify The Nation - He Is Divisive And Petty
"In the Canadian politics playbook, attacking premiers in the middle of a federal election campaign is unusual."
Cristine de Clercy
Associate professor of Political Science
Stephen Harper does not unify Canadians, those he is mandated to serve as Prime Minister.
No, if anything, Stephen Harper is a divider. You have to wonder how a nation can thrive when its senior elected official is involved in sniping and attacking provincial Premiers.
In the nine years that he has been PM, he has met with the 10 Provincial Premiers only once. Rejecting all other calls for the First Ministers of Canada and its provinces to engage and communicate, we now find him lashing out at Premiers during this election campaign.
Harper must be defeated. There are no if's and or buts about this. He does not deserve the office he holds. Our nation will be stronger if we ditch him, his failed policies and his continuing divisive antics.
-Why Stephen Harper is battling it out with Wynne and Notley - CBC
-Stephen Harper adds premiers to his list of electoral opponents: Tim Harper - The Star