Martin wins minority government
from CBC.ca archives | Mon, 28 Jun 2004
TORONTO - Prime Minister Paul Martin and his Liberals have survived a near-death experience to win a minority government � Canada's first in 25 years.
The CBC decision desk predicted a Liberal minority victory at 10:23 p.m. EDT. At the time, the Liberals were elected or leading in about 125 ridings, compared to 83 for the Conservatives, 53 for the Bloc Qu�b�cois and 19 for the NDP.
Paul Martin watches results come in (CP photo)
A Liberal minority government means nothing about the country's immediate political future is certain except the prospect of more uncertainty.