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Campaign underway for winter vote

Canadians will choose their next government on Jan. 23, the first winter election in decades. Paul Martin emerged from Rideau Hall on Tuesday morning to announce that Gov. Gen. Michaëlle Jean had dissolved Parliament at his request and set the election date.

The Liberal minority government fell Monday evening in a no-confidence vote, exactly a year and five months after its was elected. The opposition parties brought the Liberals down on a simple motion of no-confidence ““ “That this House has lost confidence in the government.”

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