After a forty-day intensive election campaign,
the Canadian voter’s vote on Monday was a victory
for the second majority government that Trudeau sought,
but he did not oust him,
but let the Liberal Party leader Ludo continued to govern
with the qualification of the minority government prime minister.
None of Canada’s major political parties
won more than half of the 170 seats in this election.
The current results of the counting of votes show that
the main parties in the federal parliament have specific seats:
157 seats for the Liberal Party,
121 seats for the Conservative Party,
32 seats for the Quebec Party,
24 seats for the New Democratic Party,
3 seats for the Green Party,
0 seats for the People’s Party,
and 1 seat for independent member.
After the results of the election were clear,
Conservative Party leader Scheer and New Democratic leader Singh
both called the Liberal Party leader Trudeau
and acknowledged the results of the election.
The Truman-led Liberal Party has won 20 seats
in the Canadian Federal Parliament,
the Conservative Party has increased by 26 seats,
the New Democratic Party has reduced 15 seats,
the Quebec Party has increased 22 seats,
and the Green Party has added one seat.
The People’s Party has reduced one seat.
In this general election, a total of 40 Chinese candidates participated,
and 8 people won, with a success rate of 20%.
Six of the eight elected were re-elected.
They were Mary Ng,
a candidate for Markham-Thornhill in Ontario,
and Chen Shengyuan, a candidate for Scarborough North, in the Scarborough North.
Jean Yip of Scarborough-Agincourt
who won the last general election;
Chinese Liberal Party candidate Arnold Chan,
保守党的惠灵顿-霍顿山选区(Wellington -Halton Hills)
the Conservative Party’s Wellington-Houghton Hill constituency
candidate Michael Chong;
BC province have Hui Min and Huang Chen Xiaoping.
新当选的则有当河谷北选区(Don Valley North)
Newly elected, Han Dong,
a former provincial council member in Don Valley North,
and Kenny Chiu in the Richmond East Constituency in British Columbia.