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Four More Years: Watch Obama's Victory Speech on CBCNews.ca

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Even before the clock struck midnight (ET) last night (November 6), CBC News had projected that Barack Obama would win re-election and remain the 44th President of the United States of America.Hundreds of thousands of Canadians tuned in to watch the election coverage and at the time of writing #USvoteCBC is still trending Canada-wide on Twitter (speaking of, Obama's "Four more years" tweet from last night has become the most retweeted of all time. At one point, it was averaging almost 100 RTs per second). Above, you can watch the highlights of the night, while below we've rounded up some of the best articles to check out on CBCNews.ca:


Obama wins 2nd term as U.S. president

PM Harper congratulates Obama on 'hard-fought' election win

Replay CBC's U.S. election night coverage

Top 10 storylines of U.S. election

Romney vs. Obama: Results map

What might Obama's legacy be after 4 more years?

Democrats retain control of Senate, Republicans to control House

Recreational marijuana, gay marriage backed in historic U.S. votes

Markets lower on Obama election win

U.S. election vote shows gender, racial gaps

Republicans do some soul-searching after Romney loss


From the blogs:


Chris Hall: Is Obama really the best choice for Canada?

Kady O'Malley: Orders of the Day - So, how 'bout those US election results?

Your Community: Five record-breaking election day moments on Twitter


And you can watch Barack Obama's entire victory speech below (runs 24:02):


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