The Liberal Party of Canada secured the most seats in the 44th Canadian Federal Election and appointed Justin Trudeau as Prime Minister for the third consecutive term, resulting in the 170 seats the party needs to secure a majority in the next parliament. Indicates that the threshold of is not exceeded.
With the polls ending nationwide, Canadians seem to have decided on a parliament very similar to the previous one, with both Trudeau’s Liberal Party and Erin O’Toole’s Conservative Party significantly increasing the total number of pre-election seats.
Trudeau’s Liberal Party As of 1:40 am on Tuesday in Ottawa, 156 of the 338 seats in the House of Commons have already been elected or ran before. As a result, the Conservative Party has gained 122 seats, one more than last time.
As a result, Canada has created a minority government for the second consecutive year, with Trudeau’s majority in 2015 declining in the last federal election in 2019.
Rival party policies may be more important than under the majority Liberal government, as the minority regime appears to be increasing again.