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NewsAlert: N.B. Tories win most seats

NDP Leader Jennifer McKenzie, left to right, Green Party Leader David Coon, People's Alliance Leader Kris Austin, Liberal Leader Brian Gallant and PC Leader Blain Higgs pose for photos before the start of the New Brunswick leaders debate in Riverview, N.B., Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018. New Brunswick voters go to the polls today in a provincial election that appears to be a tight race between the incumbent Liberals and the Progressive Conservatives.

New Brunswick’s Progressive Conservatives won a narrow victory in Monday’s election, with 22 seats to the Liberals’ 21.

But Liberal Premier Brian Gallant has said he will meet with the lieutenant-governor Tuesday morning in an effort to stay in power.

Two smaller parties each won three seats and potentially hold the balance of power.

More to come.

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