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Canadians Back Justin Trudeau, With Reservations

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OTTAWA—Canadian Key Minister Justin Trudeau fell short on his gambit of capturing a parliamentary the vast majority in national elections and now faces needs from a still left-wing rival occasion to shore up health care investing and raise taxes on the rich.

The preliminary final results from Monday’s election show Canadians have reservations about the key minister that contain a document of moral breaches and his choice to hold a snap vote throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. But the results also counsel voters weren’t enamored with Mr. Trudeau’s rivals, as opposition parties produced no discernible gains relative to the 2019 election.