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Canada election: Justin Trudeau on shaky ground as voters head to polls

FOXNews.com Monday, 21 October 2019 ()
Canadian voters headed to the polls Monday to decide the suddenly shaky fate of liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the one-time darling of progressives worldwide who's seen his prospects sink amid corruption allegations and the unearthing of a blackface photo.
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