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These 7 First-Time Voter Photos Will Make You Proud To Be Canadian

It's election day in Canada, which is already pretty exciting, but for first-time voters, it's a rite of passage.

On Monday, September 20, as Canadians took to the polls to decide the country's next federal leader, eager first-time voters and their parents took to social media to show off — and some even cast their vote ahead of election night.

This person struck a pose outside of a voting station.

This mom couldn't help but show off her first-time voter.

Same with this proud parent.

And another mom showed off the picture proof.

These Calgarians showed their first-timer how to do it.

And this parent encouraged others to gently prod their teens into getting out there.

If you're done at the polls and want to watch the results of the election live, you can tune in online, by television or by radio.

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The riding of Chateauguay-Lacolle near Montreal was finally called on Thursday, October 7, for the Liberals in a nail-biting finish that saw the winner decided by just 12 votes.

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Justin Trudeau Says His New Government Will Tackle 5 'First Priorities' When It Returns

Establishing an international proof of vaccination is near the top of the list!

After a victorious election cycle that left Justin Trudeau with another minority government, the re-elected PM is outlining his top priorities for the next term.

Speaking at a press conference in Ottawa on Tuesday, September 28, Trudeau said Canada's government would get back to work before the end of fall, and he said he'll be focussing on five key issues in particular when it does.

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She made the announcement during a press conference in Toronto on September 27.

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Justin Trudeau's First Calls After Winning The Election Were To Joe Biden & Kamala Harris

They talked about the Canada-U.S. land border, women in the workforce and meeting in person.

After a minority Liberal government was declared on September 20, Justin Trudeau made two phone calls as Canada's newly re-elected prime minister and both were to U.S. politicians.

Trudeau spoke with U.S. President Joe Biden on September 21 and the American leader offered his congratulations on the re-election. They chatted about the response to COVID-19, collaboration on the fight against climate change, and managing the Canada-U.S. land border.

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