Justin Trudeau won enough seats in Monday's election to form a Liberal minority government to serve another term as Canada's prime minister,

With fewer seats in the House of Commons, Trudeau’s Liberals have to work more closely with other parties.

Trudeau will need to be a better dealmaker when it comes to pushing legislation in Ottawa, where the Conservatives added to their seat count.

In New Brunswick, two out of three former Conservative MPs who campaigned to regain their old seats will be returning to Parliament.

Rob Moore, a former cabinet minister under Stephen Harper, returned Fundy Royal to the Conservatives. John Williamson took back his seat In New Brunswick Southwest.

In Madawaska-Restigouche, Incumbent Liberal René Arseneault has retained his seat with 50.2%. In Tobique-Mactaquac, Conservative Richard Bragdon won with 50.4 %.