Justin Trudeau and the Liberty Party won control of Canada’s government in a nationwide election this week. The Liberals won 184 seats in the Canadian Parliament, compared to 99 for the Conservative Party, 44 for the New Democratic Party, 10 for the Bloc Québécois, and 1 for the Green Party. The result ends nearly a decade of Conservative rule in Canada under Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Trudeau, who is 47 years old, will become the new prime minister. His father Pierre Trudeau was one of Canada’s most popular prime ministers when he held the position in the 1960s through 1980s.