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Canadian Elections

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Canadian Elections

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Canadian Elections

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After 11 years in power and a five-week campaign, the federal election in Canada has come down to more math for the governing Liberal Party. To help sort out the various combinations and permutations involved with the four political parties in the Canadian governmenet, hear from Ed Greenspon, editor in chief of Toronto's Globe And Mail.

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Ed Greenspon
*Editor-in-chief of Toronto's Globe and Mail

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