Stephen Harper

Stephen Harper

Stephen G. Harper of Plymouth Township and long-time visitor on Mackinac Island, passed away Wednesday, March 10, 2021, at the age of 78. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, and an Master of Business Administration from Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts. He retired from Ford Motor Company in 2002 after a 35-year career in corporate finance and business planning. His final position was Shareholder Relations Manager.
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If O'Toole loses, is it time to bring back Stephen Harper?

With the potential for an election this year, and the Conservative Party trailing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party in the polls, a natural question arises: what comes next?. Former leader Andrew Scheer seemingly snatched defeat from the jaws of victory against Trudeau, unable to capitalize on scandals that would...
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If Erin O’Toole loses against Trudeau — Bring back Stephen Harper!

What happens if Erin O’Toole pulls an Andrew Scheer — and snatches defeat from the jaws of victory? What if he just can’t beat Trudeau in the coming election?. How about a proven winner — someone who is already a household name, someone who can keep the different parts of the party coalition together, and someone whose reputation for serious, conservative policy is exactly what the party — and the country — needs?

Former PM Stephen Harper sees new Cold War, this time between U.S. and China

OTTAWA — Former prime minister Stephen Harper says the world order has returned to a kind of Cold War between two superpowers, this time between the United States and China. While middle-power countries like Canada have a role to play in that war, Harper told a defence conference today that they can't try to set their own courses completely independent of the big two.

Ex-Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Commodities, Debt Crisis & Digital Currencies

The most important decisions, or policies you put in place to help Canada make the most of the growth in resource prices through your tenure as Prime Minister. Thoughts on the commodities market. The end game with our runaway government debts. The potential of a sovereign debt crisis. Is the...