In fifth campaign as party leader, Harper gets better at managing ‘funks’: Ibbitson

After a difficult first month on the campaign trail and what many were characterizing as a crisis within the Conservative campaign, Globe and Mail writer-at-large John Ibbitson says Stephen Harper has gotten better at dealing with the rigours of campaign life and managing the lows.

By Mark Burgess

PUBLISHED : Friday, Sept. 18, 2015 3:56 PM

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