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April 23, 1986

Voters in Prince Edward Island, Canada's smallest province, ousted a Progressive Conservative government after seven years in office and elected the Liberal Party. Joe Ghiz, 41, a lawyer, will become premier with a strong legislative majority of 21 of the Atlantic province's 32 seats. The defeated premier, James M. Lee, lost his own constituency. Voters in Ontario and Quebec provinces also chose Liberal governments in the last year.

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