Changes in Technology & Politics and their effect on Business
Canada’s 41st federal election campaign kicked off Saturday morning after Prime Minister Stephen Harper met with the Governor General to dissolve Parliament and send Canadians to the polls on May 2.
Emerging from his meeting with Gov. Gen. David Johnston at Rideau Hall, Harper thanked Canadians “for the confidence and trust they have given me and my colleagues over the last five years.”
“I met with his excellency the Governor General and he has agreed that Parliament should be dissolved,” Harper said.