Canada agenda may spark election
Canadians could face a snap election if opposition parties decide not to support the government's priorities, to be set out on Tuesday.
A mandatory confidence vote will follow the so-called throne speech by the minority government of Stephen Harper.
If all three opposition parties vote against, an election will be triggered.
But with the incumbents performing well in opinion polls, pundits have floated the idea that they might - perversely - seek to engineer their own downfall.
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