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Canada's Trudeau clings to power; must court left after losing popular vote

Reuters Tuesday, 22 October 2019 ()
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hung onto power after a tight election on Monday that saw his government reduced to a minority, results that will likely push his agenda to the left while alienating energy producing provinces.
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