It was the longest election in Canada’s modern era—and one of its most remarkable, too. Justin Trudeau’s Liberals stormed to victory by winning a majority government that few saw coming. Stephen Harper is out as the leader of the Conservative Party, which has become the official Opposition. And, after an Orange Crush in 2011, Tom Mulcair’s NDP has plunged back to third-party status. Evan Solomon and Laura Payton explain how we got here, and what comes next.