Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wins the third term.

With a narrow victory Monday night, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party narrowly won re-election in the Canadian presidential race.

Trudeau’s Liberal Party was in a neck-and-neck race with the rival Conservatives.

Although he won the presidential race, he failed to secure a majority in the Canadian parliament, after alienating some voters by calling a snap vote two years early during a fourth wave of the pandemic.

As one of the most fully vaccinated countries in the world, Justin Trudeau placed his gamble on an early election to capitalize on it.

In 2020, Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie were in self-isolation themselves after she came down with flu-like symptoms and was tested for coronavirus.

The opposition has been relentless in accusing him of calling an unnecessary early vote, two years before the deadline – for his own personal ambition.

The 49-year-old president faces are a multitude of crises on his re-election.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party must address — including the impact of climate change, housing affordability, opioid abuse, and economic issues like deficit and debt management.

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