During the English-language leaders debate Mr. Harper stated that we will likely have another election soon, if he is not given a majority government.
This can be perceived as a threat from him to the Canadian public. It also illustrates his unwillingness to negotiate with other parties.
If Mr. Harper is elected with a majority government it is highly unlikely that it will be by a majority of the popular vote. (Conservative popular vote was just 38 per cent in the 2008 election).
If a majority government is formed with a minority of the votes no one will gain. The will of a minority imposed upon the majority will only destabilize an already bad situation.
Canada is a country with a great diversity of views and opinions. Our diversity is our strength and through reasoned discussion and debate we can arrive at a direction for Canada that respects all Canadians.