How Harper started us on path to decline

During Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s time in office: education rankings declined, infrastructure rankings declined, innovation rankings declined, R&D rankings declined and competitiveness rankings declined. A look at the statistics reveals some alarming trends.

Canada needs to reverse declines in research, innovation, infrastructure and trade.

By Kyle Morrow

PUBLISHED : Monday, Aug. 11, 2014 3:10 AM

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