On Thursday, Prime Minister Stephen Harper delivered a keynote address at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland where he indicated his government would be implementing a “major transformation” of Canada in the coming months.

The measure that grabbed most of the headlines was the proposal to increase the age of eligibility for Old Age Security from 65 to 67  to try to cope with the coming surge of Canadians who will be entering their Golden Years. He also promised to cut government spending to bring the deficit under control, and reform policies in other areas like immigration, energy and science and technology to ensure “economic growth, job creation and prosperity now and for the next generation.”

The PMO Photo Op from that address was kind of boring — it just showed Harper standing in front of a podium gesticulating like he always does — so I decided to go instead with a photo of him chilling afterward with the UK’s Head Honcho David Cameron.