Start Your Day Here: Canada Keeps Trudeau, Biden Speaks At The U.N. And More

Published September 21, 2021 at 7:49 AM EDT
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stands at a podium with his children, Ella-Grace and Xavier, to give a victory speech early on Tuesday in Montreal.
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, flanked by children Ella-Grace and Xavier, delivers his victory speech after general elections at the Fairmount Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, Quebec, early on Tuesday.

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