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Tag Archives: CAN-Federal

Liberals projected to return to government as initial Canadian snap election results roll in

Excerpt: "It looks like nobody wanted an election and nobody got what they wanted," remarked Chantal Hébert, speaking to the CBC during its election night coverage.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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CBC projects Justin Trudeau’s Liberals will win a plurality, but not a majority

Excerpt: Justin Trudeau appears poised to remain Prime Minister of Canada for several more years, according to a projection released this evening by the CBC. But he won't be able to form a government without help from another political party.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Elections
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Liveblogging the 2015 Canadian federal election from the great Pacific Northwest

Excerpt: Good after­noon! Today marks the end of a sev­en­ty-eight day cam­paign in Cana­da to deter­mine who will gov­ern the Unit­ed States’ most impor­tant neigh­bor for the next few years. We’ve been fol­low­ing the cam­paign from a dis­tance for the last few weeks, and tonight we’ll be shar­ing impres­sions with you as the results come in. This […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Elections, Live Coverage
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