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Canada’s 2019 Election

FEBRUARY, 2020 – Led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Canada’s governing Liberals were re-elected in a national (federal) election October 21, but reduced from majority to minority status. This means that issue by issue, they will need to seek alliances with one or more of the other major parties — Conservative, Bloc Québécois (BQ, a Quebec sovereigntist party), the social-democratic New Democratic Party (NDP), and Green.

The above is the first paragraph of “Canada’s 2019 Election”. [1] The complete text can be found here.

[1] Paul Kellogg, “Canada’s 2019 Election,” Against the Current 204, no. January-February (2020),

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