Value of Harper's Financial Advice Questionable

It's a crisis out there, but so far Canada's banking system has come through relatively unscathed, a fortunate position—for now—that experts say has granted Prime Minister Stephen Harper some heavier than normal credibility on the world stage.

Michelle Collins
Published: Wednesday, 11/26/2008 12:00 am EST

It's a crisis out there, but so far Canada's banking system has come through relatively unscathed, a fortunate position—for now—that experts say has granted Prime Minister Stephen Harper some heavier than normal credibility on the world stage.

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