Friday, September 24, 2021

Canada election: What's next for the newly-re-elected Trudeau minority government?

Global News in Canada shows that Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has been re-elected as prime minister with a minority government, and the results were nearly identical to the 2019 federal election.  

The slight differences include the Liberals gaining three seats, the Bloc Québécois gaining two seats and the NDP gaining one seat. The Conservatives won the exact number of seats as they did in the last election - 119.  

As for the other party leaders, speculations rise on whether they'll step down from their role - specifically Green Party Leader Annamie Paul, who came in fourth place in her riding of Toronto's Davenport riding. 

The PPC didn't win any seats, just like in 2019. 

Global's Sean O'Shea explains what's next following the 2021 federal election and what the new liberal minority means for Canadians.

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