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The year in caricatures, by Anthony Jenkins

When people make news, they make the list of notable people caricatures by Globe and Mail illustrator Anthony Jenkins

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Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

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Mr. Harper's always in the news, and a frequent muse.

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Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty.

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Canadian Public Security Minister Vic Toews.

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Canadian Conservative Senator Mike Duffy

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Canadian New Democratic Party Leader Thomas Mulcair.

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Mr. Mulcair, leader of the Opposition, is also known for his temper.

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Justin Trudeau is running for leader of the Liberal Party

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So is Marc Garneau

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Former Liberal prime minister Jean Chrétien was in the news for a land deal.

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Outgoing Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty.

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Ontario Conservative Party leader Tim Hudak.

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Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi and Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.

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Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney

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Prince Philip

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Prince Charles

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Conrad Black got out of jail this year.

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Leonard Cohen

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Virgin Group founder and philanthropist Richard Branson.

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Xi Jinping became China's next leader.

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Mitt Romney failed to become the next leader of the United States.

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Mr. Romney threatened to fire Big Bird if elected.

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Mohammed Morsi became President of Egypt, and then struggled to hold on to power.

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Canadian singer Rita MacNeil

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Pope Benedict launched a Twitter account.

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The body of former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was exumed to determine a cause of death.

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North Korea’s Kim Jong-un celebrated his first year as leader.

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Shimon Peres, President of Israel.

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel

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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

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Phil Esposito, captain of the 1972 Summit Series Team Canada.

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Former NHL brawler Georges Laraque.

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Guns 'n' Roses frontman Axl Rose.

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Rock band Rush were nominated for induction into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame.

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