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Justin Trudeau projected to form government after taking early lead in Canadian election

SBS Tuesday, 22 October 2019 ()
Justin Trudeau's Liberals look set to hold onto power in a nail-biter of a general election on Monday, according to television projections.
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau lost his ruling Liberal parliamentary majority. Trudeau said he would reach out to his opponents after the defeat. According to Reuters, the prime minister ruled out any kind of coalition government. Trudeau said: “I am going to take the time necessary to...

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