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The Conservative wave Monday is bringing some new faces into Stephen Harper's caucus, and possibly some new cabinet choices in a majority government.

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Federal Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, John Williamson, left, shakes hands with Francis Morissette, right, of Fredericton, New Brunswick, at a gas station in Fredericton, Wednesday, May 14, 2008. Williamson gave Morissette $29, the percentage of tax Morissette would have paid for his $100 tank of gas.

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Christopher Alexander, Former Deputy Special Representative to the UN Secretary General in Afghanistan and former Canadian Ambassador to Afghanistan, speaks during a meeting of The Empire Club of Canada at the Royal York Hotel on Front St., Toronto, September 17, 2009.

Fernando Morales/The Globe and Mail

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President of the Innu Nation, Peter Penashue, addresses the audience at the opening of the Charles J. Andrew Youth Restoration Centre in Sheshatshiu, Labrador, May 17, 2000.

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Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto and also an orthopaedic paediatric surgeon at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto poses for portrait Sept. 17, 2010, after speaking at an Economic Club luncheon. She announced she was running for the Conservative Party of Canada in the riding of Simcoe-Grey. The CPC won the seat when Helena Guergis ran, but Guergis has since resigned cabinet and left the party and is now an independent.

Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail

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Joe Oliver, President and CEO of the Investments Dealers Association of Canada delivers a speech during the Ontario Securities Commission conference on securities regulation at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto on Monday, November 1, 2004.

Donald Weber/The Globe and Mail

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New Brunswick Tory leader Bernard Valcourt looks troubled during a 1997 speech in Fredericton, N.B. Valcourt survived a leadership review with 62 per cent of the vote from about 800 delegates attending the party's annual general meeting.

Stephen MacGillivray/Canadian Press

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Conservative Parm Gill unseats Ruby Dhalla, the Liberal incumbent, during a tight race in the riding of Brampton-Springdale, May 2, 2011.

Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail

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