The 2011 Canadian federal election was held May 2, 2011, to elect members to the House of Commons of the 41st Canadian Parliament. The Conservative Party 167 seats remained in government, New Democratic Party 167 won the largest number of seats in their history and will form the Official Opposition for the first time ,Liberal Party 34 won the fewest seats in their history and the Bloc Québécois 6 Green Party won 1.
House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan spoke the American Council for Capital Formation
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