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The Toughest Job In Canada

from Roy MacGregor of the Globe and Mail at CTV Olympics,

Anyone who thinks Stephen Harper, with his fragile government and fractured economy, has the toughest job in the country should consider the task Steve Yzerman is about to face.

The prime minister of the national game - also known as executive director of the Canadian men’s Olympic hockey team - must somehow turn the 45 red and white players who will take to the ice this evening at the Pengrowth Saddledome into gold.

Silver or bronze - Canadian hockey’s equivalent of winning a minority government - simply will not do.


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