Trudeau’s Liberal Party projected to retain power in Canada, but might fall short of majority control

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party is projected to win most of the seats in the country’s legislature, putting him on course to stay in office. It’s unclear if his bid to seize full control of the parliament materializes.

Canada’s ruling Liberal Party is set to receive enough votes in Monday's federal election for incumbent PM Trudeau to form a government, the CBC News projected shortly after polls closed across the country. While predicting that Trudeau would clinch enough seats to remain prime minister, the Canadian public broadcaster noted that it is too early to say if the result would allow him to secure a coveted parliamentary majority.


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