Ian Brodie’s At the Centre of Government: The Prime Minister and the Limits of Political Power offers up some frank insights behind the scenes of the Harper Conservative government.
At the Centre of Government author Ian Brodie says any government's greatest 'enemy is time,' and that time is 'running out' for the Trudeau Liberal government to accomplish its agenda before the next election. He also says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's move to make the Upper Chamber non-partisan has made reforms to make Senators elected 'inevitable.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Parliament is alive and well, argues Ian Brodie, former chief of staff to Conservative prime minister Stephen Harper, in his new book, At the Centre of Government: The Prime Minister and the Limits of Political Power.
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