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Before and after in Nova Scotia's election

Nova Scotians elected a majority Liberal government on Tuesday, throwing out Darrell Dexter and his New Democrats after only four years in office.

Much of the province went red, while Conservatives gained more seats than they lost, becoming the official opposition. Read the related story.

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