Canada’s prime minister on the hot seat for ‘Fake Lake-gate’

They’re calling it “Fake Lake-gate” in Canada, and it’s become quite the PR headache for Prime Minister Stephen Harper. The Toronto region is gearing up for the G8 and G20 summits this weekend, two events that will cost the nation $1.1 billion. While the price is mainly for security, Harper’s critics are chirping over one line item in the price tag — a temporary water feature in the international media center. Liberal Party leader Michael Ignatieff called it a “l…

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