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resources:canada_federal_election_maps [2014/06/05 17:43]
Alex Richards
resources:canada_federal_election_maps [2019/03/29 15:13] (current)
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 Maps of OTL Canadian elections. Maps of OTL Canadian elections.
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 +====1968:​==== ​
 +New Liberal leader and incumbent PM Pierre Trudeau transforms a minority into a majority government, in part due to his personal popularity ('​Trudeaumania'​).
 +{{:​resources:​z-canada_1968.png|}}
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 +====1972:​==== ​
 +A slumping economy and the unpopular policy of official bilingualism leaves Trudeau'​s Liberals only two seats ahead of the Progressive Conservatives,​ but he continues as PM via a minority government.
 +{{:​resources:​z-canada_1972.png|}}
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 +====1974:​==== ​
 +Trudeau regains his majority in an election largely fought over spiralling inflation.
 +{{:​resources:​z-canada_1974.png|}}
  
 ====2004:​==== ​ ====2004:​==== ​
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