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: The morning-after front pages
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