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Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper takes part in a meeting in his Langevin Block office in Ottawa January 18, 2012. (CHRIS WATTIE/Chris Wattie/REUTERS)
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper takes part in a meeting in his Langevin Block office in Ottawa January 18, 2012. (CHRIS WATTIE/Chris Wattie/REUTERS)

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How Stephen Harper is remaking the Canadian myth Add to ...

A year after winning a majority government, the Prime Minister is putting his own stamp on the country's values, by demoting cherished symbols based on Liberal policies and replacing them with other icons: the military, the monarchy, sports, the North and Diefenbaker.

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