Nova Scotia election: what does it mean for Mulcair's NDP?

After Nova Scotians turfed Atlantic Canada's first NDP government and tossed Premier Darrell Dexter out of his own seat, many are sifting the tea leaves to see what it means for federal NDP Leader Tom Mulcair. Kady O'Malley rounds up social media reaction to last night's election.
Federal NDP Leader Tom Mulcair, left, campaigned in Nova Scotia but it wasn't enough to save former premier Darrell Dexter, who lost the government and his seat. (Darryl Dyck/Andrew Vaughan/Canadian Press)


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