Justin Trudeau's party reelected to power but fails to cross majority mark
Canadians have once again elected Justin Trudeau as their leader. However, The Liberal Party has failed to cross the majority mark in the elections. A party needs to get at least 170 out of 338 seats to form a majority government. The Liberals gained the lead in 148 seats followed by the Conservatives in 103 seats. While a significant chunk of the Canadian population turned towards the Conservatives this time.