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Activists targeting Canada's Harper arrested in UK

British police have arrested several environmental activists who allegedly breached Parliament security to protest Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's visit.Full story

New poll shows Trudeau's opposition Liberals ahead in Canada

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's opposition Liberals, flying high under new leader Justin Trudeau, would most likely win an election held now but would not get a majority, according to a new poll. Full story

Canadian prime minister's top aide quits over expenses scandal

OTTAWA (Reuters) - The top aide to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper abruptly resigned on Sunday over his role in an mounting expenses scandal which is threatening to undermine the Conservative government. Full story

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