October 15, 2013
The Making of the Harper Court
Lawrence Martin, Globe and Mail
The Associated Press
It has been an extraordinary period for the Prime Minister and the Supreme Court. In fewer than eight years in office, Stephen Harper has appointed six of the top court’s nine justices. Next year, he gets to name another. It’s one of the biggest and quickest turnovers the court has seen. In short order, it has become the Harper court, one that differs widely from its predecessors.
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