Canadian election: Projection for all 338 federal ridings ~ link ~
The following are ThreeHundredEight.com's riding-level projections for the federal election scheduled for October 19, 2015. These numbers were last updated on October 18, 2015, and reflect the best estimates as of October 17, 2015, the last day of polls included in the model.
25 Key ridings to watch on election night ~ link ~
We asked Globe’s staff from across Canada to select a few of the closest and most interesting races to follow on October 19. Explore each riding to see who’s running, and check back on election night to see who won.
Liberals retain lead - 7 in 10 Canadians want change ~ link ~
Canada national elections begin in a few hours ~ link ~ Will the current neocon regime be replaced? Stirling
As Canada's political leaders make their last bid for votes ahead of Monday's election, the campaigns are focusing on immigrant communities - and areas that have swung politically in the last election. Brampton, a suburb of Toronto, is both.
'Trudeaumania' heir could become Canada's next Prime Minister ~ link ~
Canadian conservatives who seethe over the father’s legacy and abhor the prospect of a Justin Trudeau prime ministership might be advised to bypass some of this foreign coverage in the interest of blood-pressure management.
But Canadian Liberals will feel warm waves of nostalgia from foreign media recollections about one of the country’s best-known political figures on the eve of the election — also the anniversary of his birthday 96 years ago.
Canada national elections: Harper rallies diehards in a final poll push ~ link ~
In Toronto’s ‘Harperland’ suburbs, the prime minister is hoping that his record on the economy will be enough to hold off his Liberal challenger
Harper's Worst Nightmare ~ link ~
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World news media on the Canadian election: Pierre Trudeau in the news again ~ link ~
The late Pierre Elliott Trudeau was making international news on what would have been his birthday on Sunday as foreign media focused on the possibility his son might follow in his footsteps to become Canada's next prime minister.
After listening to politicians’ non-stop talking for 11 weeks, Canadians finally get to have their say at the ballot box on Monday.
The three party leaders used their last full day of campaigning Sunday to urge their supporters to bring out the voters — a task made more difficult by competition with a Toronto Blue Jays playoff game.
Job Number One for Canada's PM: Pick an office ~ link ~
Should a new prime minister emerge on Monday night, he’ll soon be entering a world of government perks: An address at 24 Sussex, use of the title “Right Honourable” for life, an armoured Cadillac and use of a CC-150 Polaris decked out in fancy “Government of Canada” livery.
But one totem of prime ministerial power isn’t set in stone: Who gets to sit in Stephen Harper’s iconic Parliament Hill office. Canada isn’t like the United States: There’s no fancy Oval Office reserved for the exclusive use of the federal leader. When Parliament opens, the Prime Minister could technically pick whichever office he likes.
78-Day marathon campaign wraps with wild sprints ~ link ~
With the finish line in sight of the one of longest elections campaigns in Canadian history, all three major federal party leaders made their final push to convince voters before what's likely to be a tight race at the polls on Monday.
Ben Perrin, ex-PMO lawyer, says Tories have lost the moral authority to govern Canada ~ link ~
The former lawyer for the Prime Minister's Office says the Conservative government has lost the moral authority to govern, and he's voting for change this election. Benjamin Perrin says in a statement that based on what he's personally seen and experienced, he felt there was no other choice but to abandon his lifelong Conservative vote.