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Factbox: Key seats to watch in Canada's federal election

Reuters Monday, 21 October 2019 ()
Factbox: Key seats to watch in Canada's federal electionAs Canadians head to polls on Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals are neck-and-neck with Andrew Scheer's Conservative Party in national opinion polls. The New Democratic Party (NDP) led by Jagmeet Singh and the Green Party led by Elizabeth May are in third and fourth place respectively.
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News video: Expect Collaboration And Compromise With This Next Liberal Government

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With the Liberals winning the most seats in the 2019 federal election but falling short of a majority, HuffPost Canada politics reporter Zi-Ann Lum explains why the Liberals will have to rely on other parties for success.

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