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Canada's Trudeau clings to power, but loses some of his luster

Reuters Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held on to his job in Monday's election, securing his spot as one of the world's few high-profile progressive leaders, but tarnished by scandal and with his power diminished.
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News video: Trudeau hopes to cling to power as Canada votes

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Canadians vote on Monday to determine whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who swept into office four years ago as a charismatic figure, will remain in power after two major scandals. Zachary Goelman reports.

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