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Leader of Canada's main opposition party quits after loss to Trudeau

Reuters Thursday, 12 December 2019
The head of Canada's main opposition Conservatives quit on Thursday after losing an October election to Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, leaving the party in search of a more effective leader.
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