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  • '''Stephen Joseph Harper''' (Toronto, ON, April 30, 1959) is the 22nd [[Prime Minister of Canada]], ...lliance'' merged with the ''Progressive Conservative Party of Canada'' and Harper was elected leader of the unified [[Conservative Party of Canada]].
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Stephen Harper]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • [[Head of government]] of [[Canada]], currently [[Stephen Harper]]
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  • ...with an official residence at [[24 Sussex Drive]] in [[Ottawa]]. [[Stephen Harper]] ([[Conservative Party of Canada]]) is the incumbent.
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  • {{r|Stephen Harper}}
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  • {{r|Stephen Harper}}
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  • # Criminally harassing Canadian Prime Minister [[Stephen Harper]] and several (unnamed) members of Parliament. ...ne 4, 2012, Canadian [[Prime Minister of Canada|Prime Minister]] [[Stephen Harper]] said he was pleased that the suspect has been arrested, and wanted to con
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  • # Canadian Prime Minister [[Stephen Harper]]
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  • '''Stephen Joseph Harper''' (Toronto, ON, April 30, 1959) is the 22nd [[Prime Minister of Canada]], ...lliance'' merged with the ''Progressive Conservative Party of Canada'' and Harper was elected leader of the unified [[Conservative Party of Canada]].
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  • * [[Stephen Harper]]
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  • ...], was returned to power with a minority government. In fact, the previous Harper government had been a minority. The Conservatives had hoped to improve thei
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  • In 2006 [[Prime Minister of Canada|Prime Minister]] [[Stephen Harper]] announced that the Canadian Government would construct a deep-water port
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  • </ref><ref name=PmHarper> ...port, to service Arctic patrol vessels.<ref name=Cbc20070808/><ref name=PmHarper/>
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  • ...the federal government recognized in a statement by Prime Minister Stephen Harper in November 2006.<ref>[http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/parliament39/quebe
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  • | author=[[Stephen Maher]] In 2007 the [[Stephen Harper]] government announced plans to build six to eight icebreakers for the [[Ca
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  • ...antly, “the old boy.” <ref>Mitchell, Stephen. (1991). ''Tao Te Ching'' Harper Perennial</ref> ...tal. <ref> Great Thinkers of the Eastern World, edited by Ian P. McGreal (HarperCollins 1994) </ref>
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  • ...dian Uighur group and several churches have asked Prime Minister [[Stephen Harper]] to “indicate to U.S. officials that Canada is prepared to accept for re
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  • ...cording to the ''[[Globe and Mail]]'' had been brought in by the [[Stephen Harper]] [[Prime Minister of Canada|government]] ''"to reshape the force after yea
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  • ...gious references than those of other Western democracies. . When [[Stephen Harper]] took office as [[Prime Minister of Canada]] in 2006, he closed his speech
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  • ...61-e.htm]; 2006 news at [http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2006/01/26/wilkins-harper060126.html]</ref>
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  • ...61-e.htm]; 2006 news at [http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2006/01/26/wilkins-harper060126.html]</ref> ...61-e.htm]; 2006 news at [http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2006/01/26/wilkins-harper060126.html online]
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  • * Clarkson, Stephen. ''Trudeau and Our Times''. (2 vol 1990-1994) ...ul Wells. ''Right Side Up: the Fall of Paul Martin and the Rise of Stephen Harper's New Conservatism'' (2006)
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