One of the more unusual books published this election season is by Abbotsford university professor John Redekop
Redekop, a semi-retired instructor who has taught at Langley’s Trinity Western University, self-published The Harper Record And More this year.
The book is literally a chronological list of electoral and legislative achievements made by Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party.
It starts with the 2003 merger of the Canadian Alliance and Progressive Conservative parties into the modern Conservative Party.
It then quickly goes into the election of Harper’s first minority government in 2006.
With a forward by Preston Manning, the book is described as a resource for Conservatives answering questions about the record of the Harper government over the nine years since it first won a minority government.