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Federal Election 2019 Archive

Cowichan-Malahat-Langford: Third term for New Democrat Alistair MacGregor

Cowichan-Malahat-Langford: Third term for New Democrat Alistair MacGregor

New Democrat Alistair MacGregor, 42, appeared to be on his way to a third term on Monday night. Preliminary results had the incumbent almost 8,000 votes ahead of Conservative Alana DeLong on Monday night.
Age no barrier to Student Vote, which gives Liberals minority with NDP in opposition

Age no barrier to Student Vote, which gives Liberals minority with NDP in opposition

They may be too young to cast a real ballot, but thousands of students across Greater Victoria were able to take part in the federal election through Student Vote Canada.
Less door-knocking, more outdoor events: The art of pandemic campaigning

Less door-knocking, more outdoor events: The art of pandemic campaigning

Small victory parties or none at all, no door-knocking in apartment buildings, more phone calls and vaccine requirements for volunteers — the pandemic forced candidates to adjust their strategies during the election campaign.
NDP set to secure five Vancouver Island seats, Green Elizabeth May wins easily

NDP set to secure five Vancouver Island seats, Green Elizabeth May wins easily

A snap federal election and whirlwind 35-day campaign amid a fourth wave of the pandemic changed little on the political landscape of Vancouver Island.
Election officials expect most postal votes to be counted by Wednesday

Election officials expect most postal votes to be counted by Wednesday

OTTAWA — The final results of the federal election may not be known until Wednesday, election officials have warned, because of almost one million mail-in ballots that will not be opened until Tuesday.
Two Liberal ministers lose re-election bids, Peoples Party leader fails to win seat

Two Liberal ministers lose re-election bids, Peoples Party leader fails to win seat

OTTAWA — Liberal Fisheries and Oceans Minister Bernadette Jordan has been defeated in the South Shore-St. Margarets riding in Nova Scotia by Conservative candidate Rick Perkins.
O'Toole campaigned on a renewed, moderate Conservative party and lost — what now?

O'Toole campaigned on a renewed, moderate Conservative party and lost — what now?

OSHAWA, Ont. — Erin O'Toole watched Monday's election results trickle in at a hockey rink in Oshawa, Ont., but the Conservative leader who bet that putting a centrist image on the party would win it more seats may have met his Waterloo.
Green Leader Annamie Paul loses third bid for Toronto Centre

Green Leader Annamie Paul loses third bid for Toronto Centre

TORONTO — Green Party Leader Annamie Paul has lost her third bid for a seat in Toronto Centre as early results show the party leading in two other ridings.
New Democrats aim to grow caucus but lose only seat in Atlantic Canada

New Democrats aim to grow caucus but lose only seat in Atlantic Canada

VANCOUVER — The NDP is still hoping to see some growth in its caucus even as election night started off with the loss of a key seat in Atlantic Canada. St. John’s East, the New Democrats’ only seat in the region, fell to Liberal Joanne Thompson.
Trudeau's election gamble results in most seats for Liberals, but no majority

Trudeau's election gamble results in most seats for Liberals, but no majority

MONTREAL — Thirty-six days after his fateful decision to send Canadians to the polls, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals are poised to secure the most seats in the 2021 federal election but have fallen short of a majority.