Ian Austen

New York Times

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Canada correspondent for the New York Times

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Politics in Canada are undergoing a major transformation with yesterday's upset election of  Justin Trudeau , son of the former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.

Canada's Liberal New Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau

Politics in Canada are undergoing a major transformation with yesterday's upset election of Justin Trudeau , son of the former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.

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Ottawa, Canada’s capitol city, is trying to get back to normal after yesterday’s deadly shooting that shut down both public agencies and private businesses for many hours.

A Day After Terror Strikes Canadian Capital

Ottawa, Canada’s capitol city, is trying to get back to normal after yesterday’s deadly shooting that shut down both public agencies and private businesses for many hours.

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