Two years have passed since the Tories won the election that allowed them to break away from the shackles of a minority and implement their agenda unfettered.
It's been a tumultuous time: Like all governments, they've had their share of successes and controversies. They've been praised for their handling of the economy, while taking a lot of criticism for shutting down debate and for their record on the environment.
We went to our expert political panel to get their thoughts on the first two years. We asked them to identify the good, the bad and the ugly of the Harper majority government.
Here are their responses:
Warren Kinsella, Liberal insider and Sun News Network political analyst:
The good? Harper made good on his promise on womens' reproductive choice - to the shock of people like me. He said heRead More »from The Harper majority government turns 2: The good, the bad and the ugly of the past 24 months