Special Reports
Decision 2004
Comment
Science & Health
Photo Desk
Small Business
Business Travel
Golf Guide & Game

BREAKING NEWS
Monday, Jun. 28, 2004

Harper, Stephen

Alberta, Calgary Southwest, Conservative Party of Canada

(from globeandmail.com)

Conservative Party leader

Reform Party's Mr. Manning appointed Mr. Harper chief policy officer for the nascent party in 1987. Mr. Harper is credited with creating the Party's 1993 election platform.

He was an assistant to Conservative MP Jim Hawkes and then to Deborah Grey when she was elected in 1989 as the Reform Party's first MP

Ran in 1988 election, but lost to the Tory candidate  

Won the Calgary-West riding in 1993, but didn't run for re-election.

In March, 2002, Harper defeated Stockwell Day as leader of the Canadian Alliance, becomes Leader of the Opposition

October, 2003, Harper and PC Party's MacKay come to agreement to merge the Alliance and Progressive Conservatives.

In March, 2004, Harper - after resigning as Alliance leader to run for the new Tory party - defeats Tony Clement and Belinda Stronach for the leadership.

Other Calgary Southwest candidates:
 

Party L E T
Liberal 0 135 135
Cons. 0 99 99
BQ 0 54 54
NDP 0 19 19
Other 0 1 1
Total 0 308 308
Updated regularly
Majority=155
(L)Leading
(E)Elected
(T)Total
Provincial Summary
FULL RESULTS
LIVE RESULTS
Interactive Map
 

Enter your postal code:

Do not use hyphen or spaces. e.g., M1S4X8
 VIEW RIDING LIST

Last Name
First Name

*Last Name Field is mandatory
 
Election Links
Elections Canada