_News Talk 770
Don't expect a cabinet shuffle any time soon. That from Prime Minister Stephen Harper in an exclusive interview with the Rutherford Show on QR77. The cabinet question has been raised after International Cooperation Minister Bev Oda stepped down. Harper says he will only make changes when he absolutely has to, but he would prefer to make one big change at mid-term, rather than a bunch of small moves. As for the rumor of pro-roguing parliament, he admitted to thinking about that as an option but decided there was too much important legislation he wanted to iron out. According to Harper, some of that work includes re-equipping Canada's military and completing the government's public safety and criminal justice agenda. Harper also spoke to Rutherford about the economy, urging Canadians to be cautious with their spending despite the low interest rates.