Justin Trudeau sweeps Canadian Election
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by Frederic Hore Montreal, Quebec 1:40am - The polls had not yet closed across all five time zones in Canada, when election results started streaming in from the Eastern Atlantic Provinces, indicating Justin Trudeau's Liberal party, was destined to win Canada's national election. The momentum continued to build during the evening, as supporters watched in awe at party headquarters, deep inside the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in downtown Montreal. The francophone province of Quebec, which had been dominated in the previous election of 2011, by the NDP Orange "wave" under leader Thomas Mulcair, succumbed to a growing Red tide of winning Liberal candidates. The independence espousing Bloc Quebecois party, sprang back to life winning 10 seats. The Liberal wave continued, as Conservative seats fell in Ontario, including Metropolitan Toronto's large number of parliamentary ridings. The Conseratives held many of their Western Canadian seats, but not before surrendering more to...
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