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Duncan Cameron: 'Happy campaigner' Trudeau makes it Black Monday for the NDP

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Early election results from Atlantic Canada told the story of the 42nd Canadian election. All 32 seats in the region went Liberal. Even NDP star Megan Leslie lost handily.

The ballot question was who should replace Stephen Harper. On Monday October 19 voters said Justin Trudeau and gave his party a majority.

Harper resigned as Conservative Party leader by press release and made no reference to his leaving in his concession speech.


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