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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Special edition! What Stephen Harper sees

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This week’s special: How Prime Minister Stephen Harper Sees Himself!! The prime minister is greeted by a group of Canadian Rangers as he arrives in Whitehorse on Sunday.

Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press

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What Stephen Harper sees.

Dylan Martinez/Reuters

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper is welcomed by summer camp kids as he arrives in Hay River, Northwest Territories, on Monday.

Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press

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WSHS

Paul Hiffmeyer

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper and wife Laureen take part in a picnic lunch overlooking Miles Canyon on the Yukon River in Whitehorse on Monday.

Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press

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WSHS

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My... throat... . Can’t... breathe... .

Chris Wattie/Reuters

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Brave juxtaposition of letters beside Ashton Kutcher’s left elbow speaks for silently suffering millions who cannot accept the underwear-modeling frat boy playing Steve Jobs at the premiere of the film Jobs in Los Angeles last week.

Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

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Matthew Modine has become a cross between Keith Richards and Ringo Starr at the premiere of the film Jobs in Los Angeles last week.

Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

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Dilemma: Jennifer Aniston at the British premiere of We're The Millers in London last week? Or...

Andrew Winning/Reuters

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... Olivia Wilde at a special screening of Drinking Buddies in Los Angeles last week?

Paul A. Hebert/AP

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Jason Sudeikis ponders the dilemma at the British premiere of We're the Millers in London August last week.

Andrew Winning/Reuters

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Bingo!

Dan Steinberg/AP

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Harry Styles of the music group One Direction poses for photographers during a photo call for their film One Direction; This is Us in London on Monday.

Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

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Be my guest, Mr. Prime Minister. Be my guest.

Chris Wattie/Reuters

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