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Justin Trudeau went into Monday’s federal election with one of the world’s highest Covid-19 vaccination rates, billions spent on pandemic aid and the hope that he could convert the earned goodwill into a majority government.
He fell short of that aim: after a 36-day campaign and a C$610m election, the makeup of parliament remained largely unchanged, with the Liberals holding roughly 158 seats – short of the 170 needed for a majority.
Joe Biden spoke to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today after his country’s snap election, the White House said.
According to the White House’s readout of the conversation, Biden congratulated Trudeau on securing another term as prime minister.
Read the original article at The Guardian