Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his Conservatives have grown more careful about being partisan when operating under the Government of Canada banner, especially since they stopped that "Canada's New Government" silliness earlier this year.
But this press release, from the Government House Leader, Peter Van Loan, appears to stray deeply into partisan territory.
In fact, I think it says here that partisan stuff like this is definitely a violation of the communications policy of the Government of Canada. You use your party website to do that -- if, for instance, you want to PhotoShop your opponents' head and put a funny hat on him or turn him into a walking salad.
I'm looking specifically at the part that says the communications function of the government of Canada includes: "providing communications support and advice to ministers and senior officials on (non-partisan) government matters, including the preparation of speeches, news releases, briefing notes, presentations, memoranda and correspondence."