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Liberal leadership candidate Kate Graham with Lyn McLeod, the first-ever female leader of the Ontario Liberals. from the article The big endorsement, Part 1: Kate Graham
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Michael Couteau and Robert Nixon from the article The big endorsement, Part 2: Michael Coteau
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