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Brian Pallister, leader of the Manitoba Conservative party, speaks to about 500 people gathered on the steps of the Manitoba Legislature in Winnipeg in May 2013 to protest the NDP's proposed provincial sales tax hike.

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Brian Pallister, leader of the Manitoba Conservative party, speaks to about 500 people gathered on the steps of the Manitoba Legislature in Winnipeg in May 2013 to protest the NDP's proposed provincial sales tax hike.

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