Justin Trudeau defied worst expectations to keep his job as prime minister. His Liberals are again the largest party, but have lost their majority. Find out where the parties are strongest and who were the winners and losers on the night.
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Prime minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal party lost 20 seats, while its main opposition rivals the Conservatives gained 26. But the Liberals retained enough seats to form a minority government. Meanwhile, the Bloc Québécois gained 22 seats and the leftwing New Democratic party lost 15. Turnout overall was down, at 62%, from 68% in 2015.
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