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Liberal Adam Vaughan celebrates his by-election win in the Trinity-Spadina riding with party leader Justin Trudeau at the Steam Whistle Brewery in Toronto on June 30.
Liberal Adam Vaughan celebrates his by-election win in the Trinity-Spadina riding with party leader Justin Trudeau at the Steam Whistle Brewery in Toronto on June 30.
(Aaron Vincent Elkaim/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

By-election results further reinforce significant gains of Trudeau’s Liberals

The results of Monday night’s by-elections continued a consistent trend since Justin Trudeau took over the Liberal Party: significant gains across the board, even in former Liberal wastelands, and losses for both the Conservatives and New Democrats. This also echoes what the national polls have been reporting for more than a year.