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PARLIAMENT HILL—The Liberal Party under leader Justin Trudeau has generated a wave of competition for its election candidate nominations from coast to coast, outdistancing both the Conservatives and the NDP in terms of the number and proportion of contested ridings in cities that have become bellwethers for the 2015 general election. The Liberals had elected or acclaimed candidates in 215 of the 338 federal electoral districts as of last weekend, compared to 198 candidates the Conservative Party had

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