by Brian Smeenk
Much has been happening on the political front in Canada in the past two weeks. It has kept us spellbound, but all the politics has certainly not advanced the government’s economic agenda.
On Monday, December 1, the three opposition parties in the federal Parliament announced that they had formed a coalition and intended to topple Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservative Party, minority government. They would do so by bringing a no confidence vote one week later.