Saturday, November 16, 2019


Federal Elections 2019

Social media reacts to the 43rd Canadian Federal Elections

Some people didn't know HOW to feel about last night's results

Liberals form minority government after 43rd Canadian federal elections

They secured 156 seats in the House of Commons

City councillor Laurel Collins wins Victoria riding for NDP

She will now have to step down from her role as city councillor
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Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau wins seat in Quebec

With 50.8% of the vote

People’s Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier loses seat in Quebec

The seat in his riding went to Conservative party candidate Richard Lehoux

Liberals close in on majority as polls close in Canada’s 43rd federal elections

They're just 25 seats away from a majority

Here’s how to cast your federal elections vote in Greater Victoria

Polls open at 7 a.m. tomorrow ✔️

These are the 5 major candidates running for election in Saanich-Gulf Islands

Do you know who you're voting for on Monday? ✔️

These are the 5 major candidates running for election in Esquimalt-Saanich-Sooke

The incumbent MP, Randall Garrison, is running for re-election

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer pledges to eliminate carbon tax and GST on utility bills

He also says a Trudeau-NDP coalition will "cost you thousands of dollars more every year".

Canada’s federal political parties were just graded on their climate change policies

Guess who "did not attend science class"? 😬

Jagmeet Singh helps gain momentum for NDP in British Columbia (REPORT)

Canada could be headed towards a minority government
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Green Party leader Elizabeth May pledges to plant 10 billion trees across Canada over...

That's 30,000 hectares of trees every year until 2050

Jagmeet Singh will be marching in Victoria’s Climate Strike rally tomorrow

Meanwhile, Justin Trudeau and Elizabeth May will be marching in Montreal alongside Greta Thunberg

Trudeau campaign pledges $40K interest-free loans to help make homes energy efficient

The Liberal Party also pledged to reduce Canada's net emissions to zero by 2050

NDP “New Deal” plan for BC will focus on protecting coastlines and affordable housing

"Our priorities here in BC ­­­are not our Prime Minister’s priorities."

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