Canadian PM on campaign trip in Yellowknife

11:03, April 19, 2011      

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Canadian Prime Minister and Leader of Conservative Party Stephen Harper and his wife Laureen have food with local children in Yellowknife, Canada, April 18, 2011. Harper is on a campaign trip for the 41st federal election on May 2. (Xinhua/Conservative Party of Canada)


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