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Justin Trudeau woke up early to thank voters at a Montreal subway station

Fresh off of winning Canada's 43rd federal election to continue his run as Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau hit up the public transit system in Montreal for some selfies.

Trudeau delighted commuters at Montreal's Jarry Metro Station in his home riding of Papineau early Tuesday morning after what must have been a late night of waiting for votes to come in and then celebrating his victory.

The Prime Minister shook hands, took photos, received hugs and stopped to chat with his thrilled constituents.

Fans of the politician, Vogue cover boy and infamously offensive cosplayer gathered 'round as Trudeau made his way through the metro station, waving and smiling, early Tuesday morning.

One woman went so far as to grab the Liberal leader and PM's face and pull him down for a kiss on the cheek.

Others settled for quick Instagram snaps with the newly re-elected Prime Minister.

Trudeau stood at the top of the escalators inside Jarry Station to shake hands with commuters, according to the Canadian Press, thanking those who congratulated him on securing a minority government with the Liberal Party.

Those who scored photos expressed how surprised they were by the appearance on Instagram, but the move didn't come out of left field.

Trudeau was also seen at the same Montreal Metro station taking photos with commuters the morning after winning Canada's federal election in 2015.

Lead photo by

Adam Scotti


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