New Liberal leader Stephane Dion will soon face his first real test.
Will he oppose or support Bill C-257, a private member's bill that's making its way through the House of Commons?
This Bill would essentially make it illegal for federally-regulated companies to hire replacement workers during labour disputes.
The Bloc Quebecois and the NDP both support this Bill as have many Liberals.
And if that support continues Bill C-257 could become law, which would be bad news for Canada.
Simply put, such a law would drive away investment, kill jobs and infringe on the freedoms of Canadian employees, who may wish to work during a strike.
Traditionally, the Liberal Party has opposed these kinds of pro-union laws, but will they do so again?
Will Dion stand up for Canada's economy and reject Bill C-257 or will he side with socialists, separatists and big union bosses?
I guess we will find out if Buzz Hargrove is now calling the shots in the Liberal Party.
In the meantime, here's what the National Citizens Coalitions is doing to stop Bill C-257.
I debate David Rappaport of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union on this issue on CH Live at 5:30 PM EST and again at 11:30 PM EST. It gets a little heated.