Photo Gallery: Justin Trudeau celebrates election win in Montreal Federal Election 2015

Tyler Bloomfield

Liberal headquarters in Montreal was filled with passionate Canadians who were inspired by change on election night.

It was a busy night for Justin Trudeau and the Liberals who won a clear majority government and started the first Canadian political dynasty.

The Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel, where the event took place, accommodated a diverse group of Canadians who came out to show their support for the Liberals.

Election results came in and the Liberals picked up speed in Atlantic Canada and steam rolled through the rest of the country.

With excitement in the air, much of the night was spent waiting for Trudeau.

Trudeau’s Podium
Trudeau’s Podium

The stage was set for Trudeau to take the stage early in the night, but he wouldn’t appear until late. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Trudeau’s Podium
At the Bar
At the Bar

Outside the doors of the Grand Salon at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth, drinks and food were available for anybody attending the event. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

At the Bar
Media Frenzy
Media Frenzy

Members of the media jockey for position on the risers to get the best shot. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Media Frenzy
A Social Gathering
A Social Gathering

Canadians interact with each other and discuss the election results as they patiently wait for Trudeau. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

A Social Gathering
Watching Closely
Watching Closely

Out in the hallway, congregations of people huddle around TV’s to watch it all unfold. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Watching Closely
At the Back
At the Back

As more and more Liberal candidates win in their ridings, more and more people show up to support the Liberal Party. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

At the Back
Diversity in the Garden
Diversity in the Garden

Jatinder Singh Bhandari shows off his homemade plaque for Justin Trudeau who he calls “The one and only gardener of Canada”. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Diversity in the Garden
Ontario and Quebec Results
Ontario and Quebec Results

After sweeping the seats in Atlantic Canada, the crowd prepares itself for the results coming in from Ontario and Quebec. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Ontario and Quebec Results
Go Jays Go
Go Jays Go

Election results weren’t the only thing that people were talking about. Echoes of Blue Jays scores were also heard at Liberal Headquarters in Montreal. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Go Jays Go
Liberal Lighting
Liberal Lighting

The spotlights shine down on the crowd just before the announcement is made. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Liberal Lighting
Justin Trudeau Next Prime Minister of Canada
Justin Trudeau Next Prime Minister of Canada

As reports flood into the building that Justin Trudeau will be the next Prime Minister of Canada, the passionate response from the crowd that followed was amazing. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Justin Trudeau Next Prime Minister of Canada
Passion in the Crowd
Passion in the Crowd

The crowd responds to the news with passion and excitement. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Passion in the Crowd
Backstage
Backstage

Behind the stage where Trudeau is set to appear for his victory speech his supporters chant his name. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Backstage
Selfie for Change
Selfie for Change

Several people get behind their cell phone camera to capture the historic moment. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Selfie for Change
Mulcair Concedes Defeat
Mulcair Concedes Defeat

The crowd in Montreal watched intensely as Mulcair made his speech to announce his defeat in the election. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Mulcair Concedes Defeat
Hey, Hey, Hey, Goodbye
Hey, Hey, Hey, Goodbye

Chants of “hey, hey, hey, goodbye” rang through the room as Stephen Harper accepted his loss and stepped down as Leader of the Conservative Party. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Hey, Hey, Hey, Goodbye
The Calm Before the Storm
The Calm Before the Storm

After hearing from the other party leaders it was Justin Trudeau’s time to make his speech. A glass of water sits at the podium indicating that it would not be long before he made an appearance. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

The Calm Before the Storm
Views From the Podium
Views From the Podium

This podium is all Trudeau needed to capture the attention of millions of Canadians across the country. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Views From the Podium
The Man of the Night
The Man of the Night

As Justin Trudeau took his first steps towards the stage cell phones went high into the air to catch a glimpse of the action. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

The Man of the Night
Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau
Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau

After a long night of waiting for Trudeau he finally takes to the stage to give a historic speech to Canadians. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau
Appreciating Canadians
Appreciating Canadians

Trudeau takes the time to thank all of the Canadian voters for their trust in the Liberal Party to run a majority government. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Appreciating Canadians
My Friends
My Friends

“My friends, this is Canada, and better is always possible,” said Trudeau in the final moments of his speech leaving Canadians ecstatic and inspired. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

My Friends
Ready for Change
Ready for Change

Trudeau supporters hoisted signs above their heads to show support for the newly elected Prime Minister. (Photo by Tyler Bloomfield – Montreal, Quebec)

Ready for Change
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