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Justin Trudeau speaks to supporters in a video distributed by the Liberal Party of Canada on Monday May 6, 2013.
Justin Trudeau speaks to supporters in a video distributed by the Liberal Party of Canada on Monday May 6, 2013.
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Trudeau and anti-Conservative groups see fundraising boost

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The federal Conservatives have, for many years, been the masters of party financing.

With the help of tens of thousands of regular donors, Prime Minister Stephen Harper has slashed a per-vote subsidy without seeing his party gasp for cash infusions even as it paid for extensive between-election advertising campaigns.