Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau wins a second term by a slim margin but loses his majority in government. He will have to form a coalition with a minority government.
Liberals and Conservatives were neck-and-neck in the polls as voting started in Canada's general election Monday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faces a hard fight to win a second term as Canada's leader.
Justin Trudeau's Liberals have secured a second term, but will be forced to run a minority government. Trudeau is expected to form a coalition with a smaller left-wing party.
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi has called on anti-government protesters to reopen roads, saying they have achieved their goal. But with nothing really changed after a month, the protests show no signs of abating.
The prime minister who promised "sunny ways" to Canadians in 2015 has been worn down by a damaging ethics controversy. Now he has dissolved Parliament ahead of a mid-October election.
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