According to Stockwell Day in his latest, Lester B. Pearson had a "pretty good" minority run in the 1960s. Nevertheless, Stock's super proud of his own party's minority government accomplishments.
So lets do a quick comparison:
On Health Care:
Pearson introduced Universal Health Care.
The Harper Tories got some of the provinces to sign a piece of paper that said they would deal with unacceptable delays in treatment, in the fullness of time.
On Foreign Policy:
Pearson kept us out of Vietnam.
The Harper Tories sank us deeper into the quagmire that is Afghanistan.
Pearson established the first immigration system that was not race-based.
The Harper Tories bashed full-fledged Canadian citizens of Lebanese descent for not being Canadian enough, being too slow to dodge Israeli bombs and, in general, looking kind of swarthy.
On older Canadians:
Pearson gave us the CPP.
Harper fiddled with Seniors' tax rates.
On National Symbols:
Pearson gave us the Canadian Flag.
The Harper Tories gave us Pierre Bourque's race car decorated with the CPoC colors.
On Pearson's side of the ledger, the list goes on and on. On the side of Harper's Tories, it kind of stops short after their solemn commitment to NASCAR.