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42nd Federal Election

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper holds a press conference after visiting Governor General David Johnston to dissolve parliament and trigger an election campaign at Rideau Hall in Ottawa on Sunday, August 2, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper holds a press conference after visiting Governor General David Johnston to dissolve parliament and trigger an election campaign at Rideau Hall in Ottawa on Sunday, August 2, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang

Ukrainian Festival

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Alex Tarasenko with the Tryzub Ukrainian Dancers from Calgary leaps in the air while performing a heroic solo dance during the talent competition on the opening day of the Canadian National Ukrainian Festival at the Selo Ukraina site just outside Riding Mountain National Park south of Dauphin on Friday. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the festival.

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Alex Tarasenko with the Tryzub Ukrainian Dancers from Calgary leaps in the air while performing a heroic solo dance during the talent competition on the opening day of the Canadian National Ukrainian Festival at the Selo Ukraina site just outside Riding Mountain National Park south of Dauphin on Friday. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the festival.

Souris Skatepark celebration

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Colin Lambert does a trick called a boneless at the Souris North End Skatepark during a skateboarding demonstration put on by Winnipeg based skateboard shop Sk8 Skates as part of the grand opening ceremony for the new skatepark on Thursday afternoon.

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Colin Lambert does a trick called a boneless at the Souris North End Skatepark during a skateboarding demonstration put on by Winnipeg based skateboard shop Sk8 Skates as part of the grand opening ceremony for the new skatepark on Thursday afternoon.

Splish, splash, they're having a blast

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Three-year-old Nolan Edwards and his six-year-old brother Jordon of Onanole run through the spray caused by large waves hitting the dock while enjoying the waves caused by high winds at Clear Lake in Riding Mountain National Park on Wednesday.

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Three-year-old Nolan Edwards and his six-year-old brother Jordon of Onanole run through the spray caused by large waves hitting the dock while enjoying the waves caused by high winds at Clear Lake in Riding Mountain National Park on Wednesday.

Cooling off at the lake

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A group of kids from Regina swim in Clear Lake in Riding Mountain National Park on Wednesday while camping in the park for the week.

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A group of kids from Regina swim in Clear Lake in Riding Mountain National Park on Wednesday while camping in the park for the week.

Waiting their turn

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Competitors are silhouetted as they wait to show their horses during the Canadian National Appaloosa Horse Show at the Westoba Agricultural Centre of Excellence on Tuesday.

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Competitors are silhouetted as they wait to show their horses during the Canadian National Appaloosa Horse Show at the Westoba Agricultural Centre of Excellence on Tuesday.

Tornado touches down

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Highway 256, north of Pierson, MB was closed last night after a tornado tore up chunks of pavement on a bridge on it.

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Highway 256, north of Pierson, MB was closed last night after a tornado tore up chunks of pavement on a bridge on it.

Funnel cloud near Pierson

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A funnel cloud near Pierson on Monday evening.

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A funnel cloud near Pierson on Monday evening.

Tornado damages farmyard

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A tornado that touched down last night caused trees to fall down onto Fred and Anne Raynor's house near Tilston, MB.

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A tornado that touched down last night caused trees to fall down onto Fred and Anne Raynor's house near Tilston, MB.

Splashy smiles

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Katie Bell, from left, Tegan Dietrich Pulleyblank and Lila Oldcorn squeal as a spray of cool water hits them while playing at the Kin Park off First Street on a hot Monday afternoon.

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Katie Bell, from left, Tegan Dietrich Pulleyblank and Lila Oldcorn squeal as a spray of cool water hits them while playing at the Kin Park off First Street on a hot Monday afternoon.

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Writ drop kicks off 42nd federal election

As expected, Prime Minister Stephen Harper officially dissolved parliament on Sunday Morning.

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