*UPDATE* Canadian Election Night – Open Discussion Thread – Trudeau Wins Reelection…

UPDATE – RESULTS: Everyone Declared Victory.

Justin Trudeau celebrated an overwhelming victory following the results of the Canadian election – SEE RESULTS HERE –  The Liberal party lost 21 seats but remained the majority parliamentary winner albeit without a majority. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a “solid mandate from the election results.”  The Conservative party gained 27 seats and the most national votes, but remain the losing party.  The New Democrat Party lost 15 seats and declared the 2019 election a major success for their agenda.

It’s all weird.

During their post election speeches the Liberals (Trudeau), Conservatives (Sheer), New Democrat Party (Singh) and the Green Party (May), all declared victory.  It seemed like a hot mess of political messaging; but hey, that’s Canada.

Congratulations, I guess.

Liberals (RED), Conservatives (BLUE), New Democrats (Orange)


Tonight the results of the Canadian election will start to be announced.  Canada is a parliamentary system and therefore voters do not vote for a national candidate, instead they vote for a local representative, MP’s, who belong to a national party.

There are 338 separate district races called ‘federal ridings’ from coast to coast.  In order for a party to win outright they need to win 170 district seats.

If a party doesn’t win 170 seats they need to form a government in combination with one, or more, of the other parties.  Whichever party wins the majority of the seats elects a leader to become Prime Minister.

Currently there are 177 Liberal seats; 95 Conservative seats; 39 New Democratic Party seats; 10 Bloc Quebecois seats; 2 Green seats; 1 People’s Party of Canada seats; and 8 Independent seats.  Early results should start coming in around 7:00pm Eastern.

CTV News Election Results Here – O’Canada Election Results Here

Live-streams Below

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499 Responses to *UPDATE* Canadian Election Night – Open Discussion Thread – Trudeau Wins Reelection…

  1. Troublemaker10 says:

    Fox News:. “Canadian election too close to call right now”.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. jeans2nd says:

    Hopes this bodes well for the rest of the night

    Liked by 7 people

  3. David K. Peers says:

    I have to admit I laughed out loud when I read the names of the two live streams. Thanks!

    Canadian here, obviously moderately interested in the outcome. It’s hard to get excited given the US soap opera but in the other hand it’s not so bad having some calm ( and boring) too.

    Someday, when Trump finally wins the battle for goodness in the US, and the evil lib-profs are vanquished, we can discuss why I vote Liberal in Canadian federal elections. It’s complicated but it’s largely because Canada’s extremely large with a very low population that is centring in urban areas at a fast pace. A strong and active federal government is necessary to ensure the construct of ‘country’ continues.

    But another time.

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  4. sunnydaze says:

    CBC is live on Cspan 2 on TV.


  5. sunnydaze says:

    Now it’s Lib/44


  6. Charles Dodgson says:

    National Post has it 45 Lib / 23 Con.


  7. A2 says:

    They’ve called the Green seat in Fredricton, New Brunswick. Jenica Atwin has defeated incumbent Matt DeCourcey, from the Liberal Party, who is currently placing third.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Pokey says:

    Our family lived in Calgary way back in the 80s. We weren’t much for Canadian politics but Alberta was the Conservative stronghold back then.

    We enjoyed our two years in Calgary (except the part where I watched the Habs skate the cup around the Saddledome) and I learned to play hockey while we were there. I was the worst hockey player ever born, but I had a lot of fun helping take care of the outdoor rink at the schoolyard where my sons learned to skate.

    If I recall, a Conservative named Brian Mulroney was the PM at that time. I thought most Canadians were liberal and their health care system was okay for us young people who didn’t need much face time with the people who ran it. The Provinces actually administered their system even though all of the taxes for it were collected by the Government in Ottawa and distributed back to the Provinces. I thought that was pretty odd at the time. Nobody ever got major surgeries done in Canada because all the best surgeons moved to the US where they could make more serious money for their highly skilled labors, as did many of their best Doctors.

    When the Apollo mission blew up I became homesick for my country and did not like being an ex-patriot anymore. I never felt that bad for my country again until 9/11/2001. After we moved back to Houston, the Flames won that damn Cup and I recorded the Calgary winter Olympics on VCR tapes that I think I still have somewhere, eh? 🙂

    Here is to hoping the Conservatives at least force the Liberals to look for help from the minor parties in order to have a governing majority. Trudeau is an embarrassment to a great Country. So, I am watching and hoping for big Conservative gains tonight.

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  9. Graham Pink says:

    If Trudeau gets returned to power us Canadians deserve 4 more years of the rogering we’ve been getting for the last 4 years.
    I at least can sleep knowing our whole family (6 Tory votes) did what we could to stop the madness.

    Liked by 3 people

    • IGiveUp says:

      deserve and need! If enough people aren’t awake yet, then more shit is clearly needed.

      Same here. If Trump gets impeached and convicted, it will be just what we deserve and need.

      Good luck to both countries.

      Liked by 2 people

    • donna kovacevic says:

      Here we had 3 Tory votes am not happy camper. Sad to say many brown faces in my city of Hamilton Ontario that can’t even speak proper English but are volunteers for the Liberals.


  10. Woogumz says:

    The Bloc Quebecois is dominating outside of Montreal in early returns. A big reason for that is the very strong anti-migrant feeling inside Quebec. Quebec passed a law making it illegal to wear the burqua and niqab. They are also fed up with Trudeau welcoming all those who walk across the border with open arms. As a minority itself within a majority population, Quebecois struggle to maintain their own culture and identity as a separate and distinct people, and the unfettered migration of “asylum seekers” is threatening that in every possible way. The elites in the media don’t like to touch this third rail of Canadian internecine politics.

    The BQ surge will also eat away at the Liberal hope for a clear majority.



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  11. A2 says:

    Nova Scotia Conservative candidate and country music star George Canyon concedes defeat. #elxn43 #cdnpoli #CanadaVotes2019


  12. A2 says:

    Leyland Cecco has our first results of the night.As of 10pm EST (now) the results are as follows:

    Number of seats the party has won or is leading in:

    Liberal 94
    Conservatives 63
    Bloc Québécois 16
    New Democratic party 9
    Green 1
    While the Liberals have lost a handful of seats in Atlantic Canada, the party has nonetheless emerged largely unscathed – a promising result for Trudeau.

    But as results from Ontario and Quebec begin to pour in, the race is expected to tighten considerably.

    The separatist Bloc Québécois party is hoping to make substantial gains in Québec, stealing back seats the Liberals won in 2015.

    In the suburbs of Ontario, Conservatives are hoping to make gains as well- but early results don’t look promising for the party.“

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  13. PBR says:

    It’s important for Americans that Trudeau does not get the vote. He is aligned with Pelosi to continually stall the tread deal.


  14. sunnydaze says:

    Polls in B.C. closed at 10PM Eastern, so results from them coming in soon?

    What you seeing up there, Dekester?


  15. Katherine McCoun says:

    so, we are at a starting place or current
    liberal 177
    conservative 95
    New liberal 39

    We are hoping for increases in the 95 and reductions in the other two. I guess any gains are an improvement.
    But starting so low on conservative numbers, is it realistic for a conservative win?


    Liked by 1 person

  16. sunnydaze says:

    Watching the Con votes suddenly leaping up is reminding me of the Trump/Hill election .


  17. listingstarboard says:

    Ugh was praying for a significant win against Trudeau–makes me sick.

    Liked by 5 people

  18. A2 says:

    All polls closed. Now the count.


  19. Katherine McCoun says:

    Well, conservatives have gained 1 seat…at 96 as of now. good


  20. sunnydaze says:

    Wait a minute! Libs are only at 130 right now. How can they call it?


  21. A2 says:

    “ CBC have called the election for Trudeau, though have said “whether it will be a minority or majority government remains to be seen.”

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Katherine McCoun says:

    It seems to me that all of the parties other than the conservatives are various varieties of leftist – from “normal” leftist to communists. Won’t they join together if 170 aren’t reached by the liberals by themselves?

    Liked by 2 people

  23. WES says:

    Well the Conservative party has almost surpassed it’s old total of 95 seats! Alberta will add some more to this number for sure.


  24. SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

    Trudeau weakened a lot. Liberal Minority predicted. Bloq Ontario decides this election with big gains.
    I liked watching this. So relaxing. No people at the party HQ’s lol. Canada so nice and tidy.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. MAGADJT says:

    Even if Trudeau stays in office and neither Canada nor the US ratify the USMCA, NAFTA still expires and goes away. Isn’t that correct?

    Liked by 1 person

    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      Correct and why Canada will ratify it cause anything else will be worse for them.

      Liked by 1 person

      • TarsTarkas says:

        IMO Trudeau will not allow USMCA to be voted on. Trudeau doesn’t care what happens to Canada if NAFTA goes away. His job is to sit tight and nurse his government until Trump is removed from office. He will wait for Trump to impeached and lose the trial in the senate. If that doesn’t happen He wait for the 2020 election results. If Trump wins 2020 election he will wait to see if the next impeachment attempt will be successful. And the next. And the next. Or Trump’s second term expires.


  26. Darren says:

    We really needed that OIG report to have come out before the election here in Canada. It would have had an effect on our election by exposing our media bias…

    Liked by 1 person

  27. SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

    Interesting,.. a conservative Lisa Pratt is losing a race cause they said a lot of people are new to her “district”.. I wonder who these new people are?


  28. sundance says:


  29. Sentient says:

    Maybe Canada will vote in the Conservatives after Sparkle Socks wreaks more havoc. Or maybe he’ll bring in enough Syrian refugees to keep the Liberals in power and enact sharia law at the same time. Oh well. I should talk. My congresswoman is Ilhan Omar. Wir sind gefickt.


  30. sundance says:

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  31. A2 says:

    “ Leyland Cecco has this interpretation of events:

    Justin Trudeau will hold on to power—but a number of tight races mean it is unclear how strong his mandate will be.

    With results still to come, the Liberal party have a large enough lead over the rival Conservative party to continue governing, but have not yet reached enough seats to preserve their parliamentary majority. With the prospects of a minority government, election results will prove critical in determining which parties hold the balance of power moving forward.”

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  32. wendy forward says:

    Well, BOHICA, O Canada.


  33. jus wundrin says:

    Looks like its gonna be a coalition. Ive never followed Canadian elections before, so Im not sure how southern BC votes.


    • Dekester says:

      It’s amixed bag, the burbs usually Conservative. Greater Vancouver, and Victoria more Liberal.

      I would have lost my optimistic bet, but a minority government is not unusual.


  34. SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

    It just came to me that the blackface Trudeau scandal meant nothing cause he dressed up so often as clown, indian, whatever.. that it made no difference.
    He might’ve done that knowing the blackface stuff will come out at some point..


    • Justin Green says:

      And here we have a winner.

      The blackface stuff offends far less people than the liberal media would have you believe, unless a Conservative does it.


  35. Guffman says:

    Looks like 4 more years of Blackface Alladin.

    The only good news here is that Andrew Scheer will be tossed out as the Conservative leader for losing an election he should have easily won. Instead of standing for real Conservative principles, he led the party into pandering to most of lefty causes, split the conservative support, and gave no reason for middle of the road voters to shift back over and support the party.

    Scheer has been a real failure and absolutely the main reason were going to get 4 more brutal years of Turdeau.

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  36. Darren says:

    Looks like a pretty thin minority. I give this government less than 2 years to the next election.


  37. Son-of-a-bitch – we should have built a wall on our northern border too.

    Liked by 6 people

  38. jello333 says:

    Don’t know how significant this is, but right now the Libs are leading the Cons by only a little over 2% of the popular vote.


  39. A2 says:

    “ CBC News projects Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet will win his seat in Beloeil—Chambly.”


  40. sunnydaze says:

    According to CBC broadcast, Libs and NDP are still not at 170.


  41. sunnydaze says:

    Would the Quebec Party team up with the Cons, or not?

    Liked by 2 people

  42. A2 says:

    Mackenzie Gray

    17m17 minutes ago
    There is very little energy here at Scheer headquarters. The room is relatively full but people are quietly sitting as they watch the results come in. Zero crowd reaction to the Liberal minority projection by CTV News #cdnpoli #Elxn43

    Called: 48 L. 56 C


  43. Well, it looks like I will be going to bed a conservative and waking up a separatist. I guess people just didn’t hurt enough yet. A lot, I mean a lot of people just have no clue.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Celebrations at Dad’s palace in Havana…


  45. JustScott says:

    If I understand this correctly, given the current numbers, the Liberals can NOT form a majority.
    They are at least 8 seats short.


  46. sundance says:

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  47. A2 says:

    “ He may not become Canada’s next prime minister, but Andew Scheer is set to retain his seat.”


  48. WES says:

    I was hoping the Conservatives would be able to gain enough seats to prevent the Liberals/NDP/Greens from forming a coalition government but not happening. The Liberals only need the NDP to form a coalition government. So more of the same but worse.


  49. Paul Gallant says:

    It’s over folks its a minority liberal government – The Country is carved – Alberta the heart of the oil industry and the heart of free enterprises is gutted – They and saskatchewan vote entirely Conservative but again their votes don’t matter. Progressive Liberal Central Canada “The province of Ontario” wins the day. The worst Prime Minister Canada has ever had will try to run a minority government. Should be fun to watch if it wasn’t so sad.

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  50. A2 says:

    CBC reports that the Liberal Party have won or are leading in 145 seats, compared to 119 for the Conservatives.


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