Canada's Conservatives Seen Moving Slowly On Reform
With a slim hold on power, winning less than half the parliamentary seats in the January 2006 elections, the government would need the support of at least one opposition party to push through reforms.
“This government is a minority government,” said Mark A.A. Warner, counsel at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP in Toronto. “They don’t...
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