“Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party has retained power but a narrow election win will mean he is forced to lead a minority government as prime minister.
His party will claim the most seats in parliament but their second term will be much harder, relying on other parties to pass legislation.
The Liberals were neck-and-neck with their centre-right Conservative rivals.
This federal election was seen as a referendum on Mr Trudeau, who endured a bumpy first term, tainted by scandal.
His weakened grip on power is being seen as a rebuke of his record but the result is bitterly disappointing for Conservative leader Andrew Scheer.
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