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Five ways to get caught up on news of Justin Trudeau’s Liberal leadership win

Justin Trudeau celebrates his victory after becoming the new leader of the Liberal Party of Canada in Ottawa on April 14, 2013.

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The Liberal Party of Canada has a new leader. Here are five things you need to know about Justin Trudeau's victory Sunday evening:

1. Justin Trudeau won by a landslide. None of the five leadership rivals were even close. He used his victory speech to warn Liberals that party infighting is over.

2. Here's a look at the event in photos, including Trudeau celebrating his win with his family.

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3.  John Ibbitson  examines Trudeau's vow to win over worried middle-income Canadians – and why it may be a tough sell.

4. Daniel Leblanc takes a look at how Team Trudeau rode to victory and how the new leader plans to rebuild the party.

5. Now it's your turn: Do you think the Liberals picked the right leader? What are the party's chances of returning to office? Cast your vote here.

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