The Heat: Canadian election results

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Canadians have spoken. Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau will be Canada’s new prime minister. His party’s dramatic victory brings to an end nearly 10 years of Stephen Harper’s Conservative government.

Justin Trudeau told supporters in Montreal that he will be the prime minister of all Canadians. The Liberal Party of Canada swept the election on Monday night to win a majority government over the Conservatives and New Democratic Party. Trudeau credited his victory, after a 78-day campaign, with talking and listening to Canadians and has promised to end a decade of divisive politics, unite Canadians and embrace diversity.

CCTV America’s Roee Ruttenberg joined the discussion.

 
The Heat: Canadian elections results pt1

The Heat: Canadian elections results pt1

Canadians have spoken. Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau will be Canada's new prime minister. His party's dramatic victory brings to an end nearly 10 years of Stephen Harper's Conservative government. Justin Trudeau told supporters in Montreal that he will be the prime minister of all Canadians. The Liberal Party of Canada swept the election on Monday night to win a majority government over the Conservatives and New Democratic Party. Trudeau credited his victory, after a 78-day campaign, with talking and listening to Canadians and has promised to end a decade of divisive politics, unite Canadians and embrace diversity. CCTV America's Roee Ruttenberg joined the discussion.

The Heat began its discussion with this panel.

  • From Calgary, Zain Velji, Senior Campaign Specialist, Hilton and Knowles.
  • From Vancouver is Alise Mills. She’s the Executive Director for Conservative Voice, a not-for-profit that promotes fiscal conservatism within Canadian Federal Politics.
  • From Ottawa, Lindsay Doyle. She’s a consultant with Summa Strategies and a seasoned veteran of Canadian politics.
The Heat: Canadian elections results pt2

The Heat: Canadian elections results pt2

Canadians have spoken. Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau will be Canada's new prime minister. His party's dramatic victory brings to an end nearly 10 years of Stephen Harper's Conservative government. Justin Trudeau told supporters in Montreal that he will be the prime minister of all Canadians. The Liberal Party of Canada swept the election on Monday night to win a majority government over the Conservatives and New Democratic Party. Trudeau credited his victory, after a 78-day campaign, with talking and listening to Canadians and has promised to end a decade of divisive politics, unite Canadians and embrace diversity. The Heat began its discussion with this panel. From Calgary, Zain Velji, Senior Campaign Specialist, Hilton and Knowles. From Vancouver is Alise Mills. She's the Executive Director for Conservative Voice, a not-for-profit that promotes fiscal conservatism within Canadian Federal Politics. From Ottawa, Lindsay Doyle. She's a consultant with Summa Strategies and a seasoned veteran of Canadian politics.

The Heat: Canadian elections results pt3

The Heat: Canadian elections results pt3

Canadians have spoken. Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau will be Canada's new prime minister. His party's dramatic victory brings to an end nearly 10 years of Stephen Harper's Conservative government. Justin Trudeau told supporters in Montreal that he will be the prime minister of all Canadians. The Liberal Party of Canada swept the election on Monday night to win a majority government over the Conservatives and New Democratic Party. Trudeau credited his victory, after a 78-day campaign, with talking and listening to Canadians and has promised to end a decade of divisive politics, unite Canadians and embrace diversity. The Heat began its discussion with this panel. From Calgary, Zain Velji, Senior Campaign Specialist, Hilton and Knowles. From Vancouver is Alise Mills. She's the Executive Director for Conservative Voice, a not-for-profit that promotes fiscal conservatism within Canadian Federal Politics. From Ottawa, Lindsay Doyle. She's a consultant with Summa Strategies and a seasoned veteran of Canadian politics.