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Canadian politician who served as the premier of Ontario from 1995 to 2002, the 22nd since Confederation. Wikipedia

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    • In the immediate aftermath of the merger announcement, some Conservative activists hoped to recruit former Ontario Premier Mike Harris for the leadership.Conservative Party of Canada-Wikipedia
    • On October 3, there was a second plagiarism allegation from the Liberals, who said that Harper had copied several sentences from a speech by former Ontario premier Mike Harris.2008 Canadian federal election-Wikipedia
    • The Liberal Party was expected to replace the unpopular NDP, but it ran a poor campaign under leader Lyn McLeod, and was beaten by the Progressive Conservatives under Mike Harris.Ontario Liberal Party-Wikipedia
    • The merger was proposed as a cost-saving measure by the Progressive Conservative provincial government under Mike Harris.Toronto-Wikipedia
    • The Progressive Conservatives were led by the inexperienced Mike Harris, who ran a narrow campaign focused on tax issues and was unable to capitalize on the Liberal slide.Bob Rae-Wikipedia
    • Unlike the reforms of the Harris and Klein governments, the BC Benefits package of cutbacks and restrictions in social assistance eligibility was bundled with a childcare bonus paid to low- and medium-income families.British Columbia New Democratic Party-Wikipedia

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