Tory ad featuring Harper in partisan manner ‘runs against idea he’s PM for all Canadians,’ says constitutional expert

'The responsibilities of the office go well beyond simply the people who vote for him or donate money to the party, and that’s part of the problem,' says Queen's University Prof. Ned Franks.

Partisanship: Prime Minister Stephen Harper should represent all Canadians, not just the ones who voted Conservative, says Queen's University professor Ned Franks. The Hill Times Photo by Jake Wright

By Tim Naumetz

PUBLISHED : Thursday, Jan. 20, 2011 2:02 AM

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