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Canada's Green Party chief resigns, calling it 'worst period' of her life

12:45pm EDT

OTTAWA Annamie Paul announced her resignation as head of Canada's Green Party on Monday after losing in her own district in last week's parliamentary election, stepping aside just under a year after becoming the nation's first Black leader of a mainstream national party.

Clock starts ticking for Canada's Trudeau after bid for majority fails

Sep 21 2021

OTTAWA Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau failed in his bid to win a Liberal majority government after a low-energy campaign in the middle of the pandemic, and party insiders see an increasing chance he will step down before the next vote.

Canada's Trudeau vows cooperation with opponents after bid for majority fails

Sep 21 2021

MONTREAL, Sept 21 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday acknowledged he will need to work with other parties after he fell short of winning a majority in parliamentary elections, leaving him once more dependent on opposition legislators to govern.

Canada's Trudeau wins another minority in election, claims 'clear mandate'

Sep 21 2021

MONTREAL/OTTAWA (Reuters) -Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hung onto power on Monday as his main rival conceded defeat, saying he had won a clear mandate to govern although he fell short of his goal for a majority win. | Video

Canada's Trudeau may cling to power in election but looks unlikely to secure majority

Sep 20 2021

MONTREAL, Sept 20 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may cling to power in Monday's election but looks set to lose his bid for a parliamentary majority after a tough campaign that dashed his hopes for a convincing win.

Canada's Trudeau hammers rival over COVID-19 stance on last day of campaign

Sep 19 2021

MONTREAL/OAKVILLE, Ontario (Reuters) -Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, crisscrossing the country making a last pitch to voters before Monday's election, said on Sunday only his Liberals could end the COVID-19 pandemic and accused his main rival of taking the wrong approach. | Video

Canada leaders kick off final day of campaign, polls suggest Trudeau has edge

Sep 19 2021

MONTREAL, Sept 19 The leaders of Canada's main political parties on Sunday kicked off the final day of campaigning ahead of Monday's election, with polls indicating that the Liberals of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hold an edge.

Trudeau warns against vote split in tight Canada election

Sep 18 2021

Brooklin, Ontario (Reuters) -With the Canadian election in a dead heat two days before the Sept. 20 vote, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Conservative rival implored supporters to stay the course and avoid vote splitting that could hand their opponent victory. | Video

Canada's Trudeau, rival look to fire up supporters ahead of tight vote

Sep 17 2021

OTTAWA/WINDSOR, Ontario (Reuters) -Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday acknowledged the unpopularity of his pandemic election and intensified his calls on progressive voters to back his campaign, with his bid for re-election at risk of being doomed by low turnout.

Canada's Trudeau hammers main election rival's COVID-19 approach

Sep 17 2021

MONTREAL (Reuters) -Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, seeking to carve out a lead ahead of Monday's election, accused his main rival on Thursday of showing weak leadership in the fight against COVID-19. | Video

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