Harper leaves hardly a trace as he disappears from the political stage

He’s remembered for economic stewardship, trade deals, and criminal-justice reforms. But his legacy isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

You could say Stephen Harper's exit approach was a final insult to Parliament, an institution whose democratic norms and practices were regularly undermined by his PMO, argues Les Whittington. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright


PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016 12:00 AM

If you are already a subscriber

Subscribe to The Hill Times

Subscribe to the print and electronic editions and get instant access to The Hill Times online.

Quick Purchase

Purchase this week's edition of The Hill Times in electronic format (PDF) for $5.00.

Quick Purchase

Purchase Story Issue in electronic format (PDF) for $5.00.



PBO again at odds with feds over budget details


People are better haters than forgivers


Spouses of Canadians to get permanent residency immediately: McCallum


‘Very, very few’ Syrian refugees came to Canada from refugee camps: CBSA official Bolduc


Labour Minister claims Conservatives buried ‘significant’ union report in last Parliament, releases it