The post-election strategy of Canadians has to be one of unification. Everyone from all sides of the spectrum must unite to combat the right-wing agenda of Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Even though it seems that Harper has moderated his stance throughout the election, the reality is that he has kept his party confined on all of the important issues.
Harper’s strategy of government accountability has been non-existent with his cabinet appointments of Liberal Party defector David Emerson, and the unelected financier/lawyer from Quebec, Michael Fortier.
Canadians must not become disenfranchised with the results of the election. The Conservative Party may be the new government in Canada, but they are a very fragile minority in Ottawa.
Besides, it may be better for the country to have the Liberal Party take some time to restructure after spending 13 years in power.