Canada's Conservatives score massive election win

16:34, May 03, 2011      

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People watch federal election results announced by national media on TV screens at D'Arcy McGee's Irish Pub in downtown Ottawa, Canada, May 2, 2011. Canada's Conservative Party led by Prime Minister Stephen Harper won the 41st federal election and will form its first majority government, according to the latest projections of the country's leading television networks. (Xinhua/John Major)


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