“He believes Harper will put aside unpopular, neo-conservative moves to close down public broadcasting and end Canadian-content regulations.
“I think he’ll see that building the mainstream brand of the Conservative Party is the most important thing. He wants it to become the dominant mainstream party, occupying the center and thus be in power for a long time. So I think it’s more likely that the Conservative will not enact anti-culture policies.”
Bill C-51, Section 13 anyone. Stephen Harper, the man who put the “mental” in incrementalism.
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