Canada’s former Tory PM Stephen Harper quits politics

Former Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks in Ottawa on April 15, 2015Canada's former prime minister Stephen Harper announced Friday he was quitting politics, 10 months after voters tossed his Tories out of office in a general election. Pundits suggested shunning Harper policies, notably his dismissive approach to climate change, while others have urged the party to track to the political middle to appeal to a broader electorate.


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