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A Canada apart: why rural Canadians rejected the things urban Canadians voted for (mostly)

Canada’s federal election in mid-October laid bare fractures between different parts of the country - resurgent separatists in Quebec joined by disgruntled provinces out west. And that division out in the prairies seemingly only got worse once the votes were counted.  Talk of western separation and Wexit followed the new minority Liberal government back to Ottawa.