—By Jonathan Stein
Canada's parliamentary elections are coming up shortly, and the majority Conservative party is having a tough time maintaining its lead over the opposition Liberals.
How is the Liberal party making its gains? In part, by tying the prime minister to George W. Bush. Look familiar?
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