OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper is welcoming his MPs and senators back to work at the first Conservative caucus meeting since the House of Commons returned from its six-week winter break.

He says his government has accomplished much, but challenges remain.

Harper says the Tories will remain focused on the economy, on families and on law and order issues.

He's reminding his colleagues that the Conservative government has just hit its seventh anniversary in power.

He's dropping few real hints about legislation to come, although he says taxes have to be kept low.

He also says that the criminal justice system is still too slow.

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  • Breakfast With Stanley

  • Heading To The Office

  • On The Road

  • First Meeting Of The Day

  • Chatting With MP Greg Kerr. "Wished Him A Speedy Recovery"

  • Hard At Work

  • Lunchtime!

  • Briefing With Government House Leader Peter Van Loan

  • High Five!

  • Meeting With Leader of the Government in the Senate Marjory LeBreton

  • Headed To House Of Commons

  • Q & A In QP

  • Answering A Question In QP

  • 'Scuse Me!

  • Chatting With Defence Minister Peter MacKay

  • Meeting With Devil's Brigade Veterans

  • Checking In With Ministers, Senior Staff

  • "Still Going..."

  • "Debriefing with Nigel"

  • Getting Ready To Head Home

  • Reading In The Car Ride Home

  • Congratulating Japanese PM Shinzo Abe On His Recent Election Win

  • Welcomed Home By Wife Laureen And Charlie Their Chinchilla

  • Writing A Bit Before Calling It A Night