Conservatives won 167 seats of the 308 seats in the House of Commons, up from 143 before their defeat in a no-confidence motion in late March that triggered the election. The Conservatives have ruled as a minority government since February 2006.
NDP won 102 seats, the Liberals 34 and the Green Party won its first ever seat. Bloc Québécois lost almost all but 4 seats of its 47 seats.
So, nothing new here.
Now, Mr. Harper, deal with the deficit and the economy.
Via Financial Times