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Trudeau sticks to nuanced approach

Election campaigns are generally long, exhausting beasts — especially for candidates who spend most of their days knocking on doors, making appearances at local events, gladhanding, and generally dealing with pesky media types like ourselves.

This is especially true of the 2015 federal election as candidates and their party leaders will have ...

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