Canada's next prime minister will start his new job by returning to the home where he lived as a child.
In what began as a tight three-way race, in the end there was no doubt about which party leader Canadians wanted to name leader.
Justin Trudeau continues his work in the family business. The Liberal leader follows in the footsteps of his father, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, who served as prime minister for almost 16 years before retiring in 1984.
So, now that it's the morning after the vote, did Canada make the right decision? If you had to do it all over again would you vote the same way? Did you get what you want?
Have your say in a live two-hour special, starting at noon. CBC Radio's Ontario Today's Rita Celli hosts a two-hour look at the election. Listen in by clicking on the image at the top of the screen. Join in online, too. Queen's University political science professor Tim Abray will join in on the action as well. He spent last night live-Tweeting as the election results rolled in. And, he'll take your questions and comments about the election, campaign tactics that worked and those that didn't plus much more.
Our live chat runs from noon to 2 p.m.
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