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A cursory glance at Monday night's Canadian election resultmight give you the impression that after years of flirting with social and economic conservatism, our formerly progressive country had finally decided it was time to go steady.
A few things I've learned covering Canada's current national election campaign for MarketWatch.com this past month from my vantage point on the Canadian border, where I get Canadian radio and TV.
Jack Layton and Giles Duceppe can be credited for unleashing the political passion of Canadians but they should also pay the price at the polls for plunging Canada into a political crisis.
Canada's right-wing government is relying on the heated rhetoric and divisive-style of politics that Obama refused to engage in south of the border in the recent US election.
The tag line at the Canadian Conservative Party's website, attacking Liberal party candidate Stephane Dion seems oddly 19th century.
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