Last week, the 43rd ever Canadian federal election took place with the Liberal Party securing another term in power, allowing party leader Justin Trudeau to remain as Prime Minister. However, as opposed to the previous election in 2015, where the Liberals won a staggering majority with 184 seats out of 339, Trudeau’s party was reduced to a minority government this time with only 157 seats.

To summarise briefly, this was one of the most unpredictable elections in Canadian history, which was also marked by an even more bizarre campaign cycle. Trudeau saw his approval ratings plummet when numerous images of…

Sean Wu

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