Canada’s New Anti-Immigrant Party Is Crushed in National Elections

HeadlineOct 23, 2019

The latest results from the Canadian national elections show Canada’s newly formed anti-immigrant party failed to win a single seat in Monday’s elections. The People’s Party of Canada fielded more than 300 candidates but received only 1.5% of the vote. Even the party’s leader, a former Conservative Party politician, lost his parliamentary seat. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held onto power in Monday’s tight elections, although his Liberal Party did not win a majority.

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