Atlantic Canadians in three provinces would re-elect their incumbent governments to huge, crushing majorities, according to recent polls from Halifax-based polling firm Corporate Research Associates. But voters in Nova Scotia would hand NDP Premier Darrell Dexter a minority government.
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Monday, December 13, 2010
Darrell Dexter faces minority amid Atlantic Canadian landslides
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