Jubilant wouldn’t be the word I’d use the describe the majority of Canadians on this post-election day. That’s even truer in rural Canada. Although Prime Minister Justin Trudeau claimed a clear mandate in his victory speech, the strength of his government looks like one with its knees cut out from under it. Of course, it doesn’t mean they won’t be able to find a way to govern. A weakened NDP, combined with a Liberal party that’s already leaning well into New Democrats’ territory, means the two parties are likely going to get along just fine for the next 24 months…
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