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Stephen Harper: Only for you my love.
The perfect choice for president?... Stephen Colbert!
'Is Superrobotman supposed to sound like Stephen Hawking?'
Canadian salmon go missing
With these new Harper postmen, no more collective bargaining woes, boss!
Harper needs help from Canadians to name his new cat.
Stephen Harper meets Papandreou in Greece
'Hey Harper! You may be the first in the polls, but you may hit the ground first too!'
Professor Stephen Hawking
Stephen Harper: Let's amend the constitution with a little catchy phrase from our neighbours to the south!
Canadian PM, Stephen Harper, and Queen Elizabeth II.
'Now with the opposition off my back, I can relax and sunburn in peace.'
Steven Harper: Prime Minister's Questions.
Stephen Harper: While you're protesting against cuts to women's programs, who's home cookin' dinner?
Thanks Mr. Harper. The beavertails were so delicious. Iowa is a great place!
Boo! Hey old Liberal senator! Please die soon to make room for my Conservative appointees.
Harper locked us out again? Canadian parliament prorogued.
Scrapping the Canadian gun registry might not be such a good idea after all.
As for the election, shall we do this now or later? Ignatieff and voodoo doll Harper.
No seat for Canada at the security council.
Stephen Harper's daring rescue bid.
'Stephen's down on the allotment, gathering in nature's bounty.'