Analysis of yesterday’s Canadian election

More analysis on this election: Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservative members of parliament have to be happy with forming a stable, national, majority Conservative government.  One important thing about this 2011 election was the fact that the Canadian people have decided to prevent the other opposition parties from forming a coalition government.  Michael …

Conservatives re-elected to govern with a majority government in Canada

Congratulations to Canada’s Prime Minister re-elect, the Right Honourable Stephen Harper, who has been entrusted to govern with a majority of seats in the House of Commons.  This is a big victory and a big change because it shifts the governing Conservatives from a minority government to a majority government.  They haven't had a majority …

Election Day: Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party of Canada remain in power

Tonight was federal election day in Canada. The Conservative Party of Canada will remain in power and will now have a stronger minority government than before. Prime Minister Stephen Harper was re-elected in his electoral district. Most importantly, the Conservative Party garnered the most support of all major parties; therefore, he remains in power as …