Roundup: Canadian coverage of the U.S. election

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Canadian newsrooms fervently covered the U.S. election last night, in which Barack Obama claimed victory to lead the country for a second term. Here's a quick roundup of what Canadian media websites looked like last night after Obama's win was called, and what newspaper front pages from across the country looked like this morning.

Canadian coverage of the U.S. election: Website homepages after Obama's victory declared

Canadian coverage of the U.S. election: Website homepages after Obama's victory declared

Storified by J-Source · Wed, Nov 07 2012 06:59:06

National Post 11.34.24 PMJ Source
The Globe and Mail 11.34.43 PMJ Source
Toronto Star 11.35.08 PMJ Source
La Presse 11.36.09 PMJ Source
Le Journal de Montreal 12.59.45 AMJ Source
Toronto Sun 11.37.04 PMJ Source
Sun News Network 11.43.46 PMJ Source
CTV News 11.43.34 PMJ Source
CBC News 11.44.14 PMJ Source
City News at 11.45.10 PMJ Source
And for a look at the homepages from south of the border.
The New York Times at 12.12.51 AMJ Source
Fox News called the election, but The New York Times reported that Karl Rove put the anchors on the spot by second-guessing the decision on-air.
Fox News at 11.47.04 PMJ Source
And, of course, the front page of America's satirical news source.
The Onion at 12.05.05 AMJ Source

 

 

Canadian coverage of the U.S. election: The morning-after front pages

Canadian coverage of the U.S. election: The morning-after front pages

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Storified by J-Source · Wed, Nov 07 2012 07:32:16

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The Globe also Instagrammed the making of its front page.
Getting the front page off the floor @globeandmail. #election #election2012 #obamaglobeandmail
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