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Conservative Leader Stephen Harper shows off his form with blue boxing gloves during a visit to the Cabbage Town Youth centre while campaigning in Toronto Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2005. Politics, not policy, has been the biggest change in five years of Harper government. (Tom Hanson/Canadian Press file photo)
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper shows off his form with blue boxing gloves during a visit to the Cabbage Town Youth centre while campaigning in Toronto Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2005. Politics, not policy, has been the biggest change in five years of Harper government. (Tom Hanson/Canadian Press file photo)

The right stuff? After five years in office, Harper's legacy a mixed bag Add to ...

Ottawa - He won office the first time under the banner of "standing up for Canada."

Now he travels the country promising to be "here for Canada."

But after five years in charge, what has Prime Minister Stephen Harper meant for Canada?

On a policy level, the consensus seems to be - not much.

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