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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

The rat has left the Hill

These 8 headlines from around the world show why Stephen Harper was Canada's worst Prime Minister

Canada's national nightmare is officially over.
On Friday, August 26, 2016 at 9:08 am Eastern Standard Time, Stephen Harper, Canada's 22nd Prime Minister, addressed the nation by way of a video selfie randomly tweeted to supporters and announced his immediate resignation as a member of parliament from inside an empty, poorly-lit conference roomsomewhere on Parliament Hill.
Harper's departure from politics prompted some loyalists to extend thank-yous on Friday:
Interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose declared that "the record prime minister Harper leaves in office is a proud one."
Unfortunately, historians will likely view Harper's legacy with less sympathy than his loyal supporters – polling finds Harper is the least popular Prime Minister of all time for most Canadians living today.
Here are eight headlines from media outlets in Canada and around the world that help illustrate why so many Canadians won't be saying "thank you Stephen Harper" any time soon:

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