The election ushered in what is certain to be a period of uncertainty and discord unseen in Canada for years.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau greet supporters in Montreal on Oct. 21. The Liberals suffered a rebuke at the hands of voters disillusioned with Mr. Trudeau in the wake of the blackface mess and the SNC-Lavalin affair, but managed to survive and achieve a strong minority government because of strategic voting designed to keep Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer out of power, writes Les Whittington The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—The post-election leaders’ speeches delivered in the early hours of Oct. 22 encapsulated the entire campaign.
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