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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption "Canadians voted in favour of a progressive agenda" - Justin Trudeau's victory speech. Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party has retained power in a narrow Canadian election win but he will now be prime minister of a minority government. The Liberals are projected to win 157 seats, 13 short of a majority, and will find it harder to pass legislation in Mr Trudeau's second term. The opposition Conservatives are expected to win the popular vote but have not translated that into seats. They are projected to take 121, up from the 95 they held before. Although Monday night's results saw a sharp decline in seats for the country's left-leaning Ne... Full story

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