Trudeau projected to retain premiership

With roughly 83pc of the votes in Canada’s election counted, Prime Minister Justin’s Liberal Party is projected to hold the lead, albeit at the head of a minority government. His party has so far won 156 seats, down from 184, compared with 122 for the Conservatives who gained more than 20 seats. The Liberals lost most heavily to the French-Canadian Bloc Quebecois separatists.

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5 thoughts on “Trudeau projected to retain premiership

  • Oct 22, 2019 @ 8:59 at 8:59
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    The conservative dirty tricks didn’t pay off. Sheer needs to be replaced.

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  • Oct 22, 2019 @ 15:24 at 15:24
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    Bill… Conservatives added seats & Boris in London & Trump in Washington have gar more say than Trudeau Today!

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  • Oct 22, 2019 @ 18:59 at 18:59
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    Maria,
    lay off the opioids. You make no F’ ing sense you stu pid bi a tch!

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    • Oct 22, 2019 @ 23:19 at 23:19
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      Yes Trudeau , the dancing socks dressed, son of Beduin ars, have more elected gay activists . And he will be known for cleaning the treasury of Canad of 1 trillion $ with help of snc lavalin , and old Liberal guard, without being charged with theft , that historically only could compare to USA downfall of 30-s. The elected pedo should find his day in court one day , since this will bring Right wings Nationalists to power soon enough , that are not as useless as conservatives..

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  • Oct 23, 2019 @ 15:34 at 15:34
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    Canada’s first black prime minister wins minority

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