Canadian government loses no-confidence vote 

Canada's minority Conservative government just lost a no-confidence vote, which means our neighbors to the north will be holding elections soon (probably in May). This development was not unexpected -- the opposition parties always always had the votes to do this, and they made it clear this week that they finally would.

The question now is whether Canadians feel the same way. The BBC notes that Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservatives are considered likely to win again.

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