He started the day doing an 'interesting' radio interview with Dave Rutherford. Transcript here.
A short time later the PM he announced an $1.95 million investment in the Alberta high-technology sector towards Nanotechnology products for the expanding worldwide market which is expected to be reach $3 trillion by 2015.
Following the tech announcement the PM headed back to school where he took part in Edmonton's 'read in week' by reading the book Thanks for Thanksgiving to a grade 2 class at Kensington elementary. I bet there were more than a few surprised students there yesterday. Story links here and here.
In the evening the PM spoke at a local hotel where he gave what sounded a lot like a campaign style speech to the assembled party faithful, and to put it mildly the PM didn't hold back. Story here (btw I think the #'s were closer to 800 then 500) All I can say is that when the 3 opposition parties do get together and decide to pull the plug to force an election ( and it will take ALL 3 to do so), the Conservative Party and the Prime Minister look ready to go.
And this time no one is going to be shy about using the word 'majority'.