Oct 19, 2015

Canada likely to elect Justin Trudeau, legendary prime minister's son, on Monday, polls show

After nearly a decade in power, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his Conservative Party will be relegated to minority party status in national elections on Monday, and Canada will probably have a coalition government, according to polls. The Liberals, led by 41-year-old Justin Trudeau, are leading the Conservatives by about 9 percentage points, 39.1 percent to 30.5 percent, in the...

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