The prime minister of Canada will remain Justin Trudeau, at least for the time being.
The intensity of the election results kept many individuals within Canada watching until the end of the campaign despite where they are from.
The numbers of the seats were going up and down between the different parties that were involved in the Federal election.
Within the first hour and a half, there were only five parties that filled the seats in the House of Commons, which were the Liberal Party, the Conservatives Party, the Bloc Québécois, the New Democratic Party, and the Green Party.
After the first hour and a half, there was a seat for a third-party organization, which managed to keep the vote until the end of the election campaign.
The People’s Party did not manage to snag any seats in Ottawa.
The turnout in total came out to be 64.9 per cent and it was a loss of 3.3 per cent.
The results came out with Liberals having 156 seats, Conservatives having 122 seats, 32 seats for Bloc Québécois, 24 seats for the New Democrats, three seats for Green party and one Independent, Judy Wilson-Raybould.
The Conservative Party actually beat the Liberals in the popular vote because they had a total of 5,866,327 votes while the Liberals had a total of 5,609,477.
After a four-hour election results period and the close amount of votes between the Conservatives and the Liberals, CBC declared a Liberal minority government at 2:09 a.m.