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Canada's Trudeau overcomes scandals to win a likely 2nd term

CBS News Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Progressive Canadian Prime Minister delivers unexpectedly strong results, but his Liberal Party falls short of a majority in Parliament
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News video: Canada's Trudeau wins second term but loses majority

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has won a second term in Canada's national elections, losing his majority but delivering unexpectedly strong results despite having been weakened by a series of scandals that tarnished his image. Mr Trudeau's Liberal party took most seats in parliament on Monday, giving...

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