Andrew Scheer Is The Only Canadian Leader Avoiding Social Media After The Election - 2019-10-23

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F0.png Andrew Scheer Is The Only Canadian Leader Avoiding Social Media After The Election October 23, 2019, Helena Hanson, Narcity

Throughout the 2019 federal election campaign, Canada's major party leaders made the most of all social media platforms. From Andrew Scheer's regular Twitter digs, to Jagmeet Singh's rap videos on Tik Tok, and Justin Trudeau joining Snapchat, social media was definitely a big part of the campaign. However, after being one of the most prominent figures online over the past few months, it seems that Andrew Scheer has been avoiding social media since the election.

In the early hours of Tuesday morning, it was confirmed that the Liberals had won Canada's 43rd federal election, clinching a minority government by claiming 157 seats to the Conservatives' 121. Despite the Conservative Party actually getting more votes overall, it was only hours before Conservative leader Andrew Scheer faced calls to resign.

While the rest of Canada's major party leaders have shared messages and pictures on social media since the election officially ended, Andrew Scheer has remained uncharacteristically quiet on his personal Twitter account.

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