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Resurgent Quebec separatist movement rattles Canada election, strips Trudeau of majority

Reuters Tuesday, 22 October 2019
A Quebec separatist party that softened its demands for independence reaped the reward on Monday, mounting a remarkable comeback in Canada's election that deprived Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of a majority.
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