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2019 Federal Election

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Poll suggests plenty Canadians voted strategically to stop a party from winning

Poll suggests plenty Canadians voted strategically to stop a party from winning

Thirty-five per cent of respondents to the Leger poll said their decision about who to support took into account the chances that their vote would prevent another party's candidate from being victorious
Record number of women elected, but still far from gender parity

Record number of women elected, but still far from gender parity

98 women were elected Monday, up from 88 in the 2015 election
Albrecht reflects on his almost 14 years as MP for Kitchener-Conestoga

Albrecht reflects on his almost 14 years as MP for Kitchener-Conestoga

The four-time MP was defeated by Liberal Tim Louis in Monday's election
Trudeau says new cabinet to be sworn in on Nov. 20, vows to work with opposition

Trudeau says new cabinet to be sworn in on Nov. 20, vows to work with opposition

However, Trudeau — who held his first news conference Wednesday in Ottawa since Monday's trip to the polls — is unequivocally ruling out any possibility of a coalition, formal or informal, with his political rivals in the House of Commons
Federal election voter turnout across the country almost 66 per cent

Federal election voter turnout across the country almost 66 per cent

Close to 18 million Canadians showed up at the polls
Regional Chair, local mayors react to election results

Regional Chair, local mayors react to election results

Waterloo Region is now Liberal in all five ridings
Ford congratulates Trudeau on election win, says he's ready to work together

Ford congratulates Trudeau on election win, says he's ready to work together

He says he looks forward to working with Ottawa to address 'shared priorities,' including infrastructure, internal trade and mental health
Liberal Tim Louis wins Kitchener-Conestoga

Liberal Tim Louis wins Kitchener-Conestoga

The results were delayed due to clerical human error according to an official with Elections Canada
Waterloo with highest voter turnout in region

Waterloo with highest voter turnout in region

Over 73 per cent of eligible voters showed up at the polls
Students elect Liberal minority

Students elect Liberal minority

And they would have the NDP as the official opposition
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