More than 830,000 voters voted for PPC. What does it say about Canada? – National

The Canadian People’s Party walked away from yet another federal election without a seat, but the growth in the party’s popularity since the 2019 election is undeniable. It has some black, native, and colored people who feel a degree of concern about how vitriolic discussions with race will progress. “Is this a snap for PPC, … Read more

‘It has removed our voice’: Calls grow for vulnerable Liberal Kevin Vuong to step down

Calls continue to grow until the exposed Liberal Spadina-Fort York candidate Kevin Vuong resigns and that an election is to be held after the now independent won the riding seat. The Liberal Party announced that Vuong would no longer be affiliated with the party on Saturday – two days before the election – after news … Read more

The majority of the remaining mail-in ballot papers are spoken with: Elections Canada – National

Election Canada says it believes most of the 850,000 mail-in ballots not counted Monday night have now been counted, but there are still more close-range clearings that have not yet been determined. On Wednesday, the rides from Fredericton, Edmonton Center, Northwest Territories and Yukon were declared Left after the Count was ousted, along with the … Read more

Elections in Canada: No winner in tight Manitoba riding, special ballots elect MP or trigger retelling

Almost a full day after the polls closed in Charleswood – St. James – Headingley – Assiniboia, voters in the riding still do not know who to represent them in the House of Commons. The race between incumbent Conservative MP Marty Morantz and liberal Dr. Doug Eyolfson was the only Manitoba contest that was so … Read more

Perennial MP Hedy Fry elected to the Vancouver Center for the 10th time in a row

Longtime Liberal Hedy Fry is expected to win re-election in the riding of the Vancouver Center. It is the tenth victory in a row for Fry, who remains the longest-serving female MP in Canadian history. In 2019, she won with 42.2 percent of the vote. 0:59Elections in Canada: Global News projects Liberal minority, Justin Trudeau … Read more

The future of Canada’s Greens in the spotlight after the election setback

The future of the Canadian Green Party is in the spotlight after a disappointing end to the 2021 federal election. The party won at least two seats and remained hopeful for a third late Monday. But the night was marked by disappointment when party leader Annamie Paul failed to win her seat in the Toronto … Read more

Trudeau captures the liberal minority, must rearrange the Cabinet, silence the throne – National

The final number of seats is still in the air, but the Liberal Party will cling to power with another minority government. A majority government requires at least 170 seats, and the Liberal Party appears to be more than 10 seats reluctant with that goal. But Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants to keep his job … Read more

Liberals are flexing Metro Vancouver muscles, but cannot repeat the increase in 2015

The Liberals may not have won seats nationally in the 2021 federal election, but they did get a big seat in Metro Vancouver. As of 11pm, the party was leading or elected to 13 seats in the region, up from the 11 they secured in 2019 – though still shy of the historic 16 seats … Read more

Elections in Canada: Green Party leader Annamie Paul loses bid to become Toronto Center MP

Green Party leader Annamie Paul has lost her bid in the 2021 federal election to become the next Member of Parliament to ride the Toronto Center. Global News projects that the sitting liberal Marci Ien wins the ride. With 33 out of 137 polls, Ien reported, 48.7 percent of the vote. Paul, meanwhile, had only … Read more

Maxime Bernier, PPC leader, defeated in Quebec riding of Beauce

Global News projects that the People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier has lost in the Quebec ride on Beauce. With nearly 40 percent of the polls reporting from 6 p.m. 23:21 ET, Bernier left incumbent Conservative Richard Lehoux with more than 5,000 votes. “Thousands of Canadians came to our conventions across the country. Everywhere … Read more