Canada's Liberals Retain Rule, Lose Minority

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In Canada, a close election handed the Liberal Party another term in office, but they fell short of an overall majority — ending the party's 11-year monopoly on power. The Liberals are now set to take charge of Canada's first minority government in 25 years. Richard Reynolds reports from Toronto.



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