- Canadian PM Justin Trudeau is projected to form a minority government in the current snap election.
- Trudeau’s minority win means he will need to continue working with opposition parties to get enough support to pass laws.
- Polls closed on Monday and voting results are still being tallied.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to win a snap federal election but is unlikely to lead a majority parliamentary government after polls closed on Monday.
Trudeau is currently at the head of a minority in the House of Commons, meaning he has to rely on support from other parties to pass laws.
He called an election two years early, which some say was a bid to win a majority government. The prime minister said it was up to Canadians to decide which party would lead them through their pandemic response.
The projected minority win means he will need to continue working with the opposition on future national decisions.