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Canada’s 2011 election transforms political landscape

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Stephen Harper’s Conservatives won 167 electoral districts in yesterday's election, above the 155 seats needed to form a majority in the Canadian Parliament. The New Democratic Party, led by Jack Layton, won 102 seats, and will be the Official Opposition for the first time in it’s history.

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* Prime minister Stepehen Harper during his campaign. Image:

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