Liberals in power after they won Canadian Election with a massive margin

Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau gives his victory speech after Canada's federal election in Montreal, Quebec, October 19, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

The much awaited top news is announced as Canadians elected for a distinct modify in their Govt Tuesday, resoundingly finishing Conservative party leader Stephen Harper’s make an effort to move the country to the right and coming back a famous name for liberals, Trudeau, to the prime minister’s office.

Justin Trudeau, the son of late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, became Canada’s new prime minister after his Liberal Party won a greater part of Parliament’s 338 seats. Trudeau’s Liberals had been preferred to win the most seats, but few predicted the ultimate edge of success.

Harper, one of the longest-serving European leaders, walked down as the go of Conservatives, the party said in a hot news declaration released as the opportunity of the reduction became obvious.

Trudeau, high and cut at 43, channels the star strength — if not quite the governmental weight — of his dad, who taken to Govt in 1968 on a trend of assistance known as “Trudeaumania.”

Justin Trudeau, a former school instructor and participant of Parliament since 2008, becomes the second youngest prime minister in Canadian history. Trudeau, who has re-energized the Liberal Party since its harmful electoral failures four years ago, guarantees to increase taxation on the wealthy and run failures for three years to increase Govt investing.

The Liberals were chosen or were major in 185 regions, with Trudeau is successful in his Montreal region. The Liberals required 170 seats to obtain a greater part.

The Conservatives were next with 97, followed by the New Democrats at 28 seats and Bloc Quebecois with only nine seats.