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Harper shows hints of desperation as election showdown approaches

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In a rare acknowledgement that Atlantic Canada actually exists, Prime Minister Stephen Harper was in Truro recently to buck up support for his candidate against Bill Casey, the Liberal standard-bearer for Cumberland-Colchester.

Casey's the former Tory MP who got booted out of the Conservative party in 2007 for a principled act of opposition to one of his party's early acts of duplicity: obliterating a signed agreement with Nova Scotia and Newfoundland on offshore revenues called the Atlantic Accord.

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