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julia 14h
chrystia freeland was named deputy prime minister and minister of intergovernmental affairs yesterday and so i made this bc she’s a queen and a legend and deserves NOTHING but respect
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Deirdre Kent Oct 24
India also elected a record number of women MPs this year! Congratulations to all the women who stepped up to contribute to our democracies.
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Council of Canadians Oct 22
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High North News Oct 23
As for the , it was barely seen in the campaign. Only one of the federal leaders, , visited the territories during the campaign, and he only went to one territory: , which he lost.
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Citizen_Forward Oct 22
Full inquiry needed on the entire campaign dark money, international interference and dirty tricks.
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Nathan Cullen Oct 21
Liberal minority government seems almost certainty. Mr Trudeau has been reduced to a minority position after the last four years. Can the parties work together on real reconciliation, housing, pharmacare, climate & clean energy, voting reform, etc.?
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Sara J Oct 22
The Election is over, what’s done is done, so please kindly shut up about it and continue on with your day!!!!
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Jackie Rombouts Oct 22
Congratulations to my friend on a well deserved victory. Best of luck in the coming years as our MP.
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Golfdale Consulting Oct 22
results at a glance compared to 2015 . , , all increase seat and popular vote counts, while , lose seats/votes leading to .
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Jonathan Adcock Oct 22
I wrote a piece about how the have won the but have lost their majority in for . Click on the link below for the article. 🇨🇦
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Ottguy Oct 21
Thank you Canadian voters! Another Liberal government, no Conservative government, and bye bye Maxine Bernier.
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Ash Reid Nov 13
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Steve Burgess Oct 21
I suppose Andrew Scheer can always run for President.
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Samantha Beesley Oct 21
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Jamie Murton Oct 21
Great to see @WalkerNDP make such a strong showing in a deeply Liberal riding
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Natalie 🇨🇦 Oct 21
I started watching on CBC and 7 minutes in ... ughh🙄, I just could continue. Moved to Global News.   
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Grounded Sep 18
Show us you’re registered to vote to receive a free coffee or a Suzy Q doughnut for $1 (it beats , trust me)
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The Globe and Mail Oct 21
Replying to @patrickdell
In Montreal here’s again — he’s hearing loud chants of “Four more years” as things look good for the Liberals.
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Chapter 4 Nov 13
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The Globe and Mail Oct 21
Four years ago, the Liberals swept across the east in a surging red tide, winning all of the region’s 32 seats. But this time around the region was a key election battleground, with the Tories, NDP and Greens all seeing success here.
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