Harper’s gone, hip-hip hooray … but now what?

OTTAWA — Among the more important news stories of recent days, such as Kylie Jenner denying breast implants and Donald Trump denying being a racist, Stephen Harper quietly resigned as an MP and bid adieu.
Those who say good riddance to the man who was Canada’s 22nd prime minister for a decade, and first leader of the amalgamated Conservatives, will ultimately be judged as unappreciative partisans with bad memories.
Historians will eventually define Harper as an adept fiscal steward once the “sunny ways” of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau produce a national debt so repressive that the horizon of recovery will …
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