Harper throws a curve ball designed to upset momentum
It’s the final weeks of a campaign when you really want to peak, not any earlier, not any later.
Stephen Harper and Tom Mulcair. If the NDP’s support starts to dip in the polls, for whatever reason, it risks losing its momentum, and reverse momentum hurts because unpopular leaders tend to get more unpopular, writes Gerry Nicholls. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright