“Stop the presses!” leads a Canadian Press story, uncharacteristically. An excerpt:

Stephen Harper sat down for a news conference with the national media on Wednesday. The prime minister temporarily put aside his well-documented disdain for the Ottawa press corps and fielded a variety of questions in a wide-ranging news conference on Parliament Hill. That wouldn’t normally make news. He’s held several press conferences. But this one was on reporters’ turf and on their terms. 

“Stop the presses!” leads a Canadian Press story, uncharacteristically. An excerpt:

Stephen Harper sat down for a news conference with the national media on Wednesday. The prime minister temporarily put aside his well-documented disdain for the Ottawa press corps and fielded a variety of questions in a wide-ranging news conference on Parliament Hill. That wouldn’t normally make news. He’s held several press conferences. But this one was on reporters’ turf and on their terms. 

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