Canada votes for status-quo
Harper builds on numbers without achieving absolute majority and faces three parties with strong environmental policies
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Stephen Harper will remain Canada’s prime minister with a slightly strengthened hold on power, but facing three opposition parties which claimed a combined 54 percent of the total vote and all advocating a tougher approach on greenhouse gas emissions.
Whether they will be eager to test their policie....
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