Canada Election Polls 2021 and Results: Detailed Election Results

Canada Election Polls 2021 and Results: Detailed Election Results
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Canada Election Polls 2021 and Results: Liberals 158, Conservatives 119, NDP 25, BQ 34, Greens 2

FINAL RESULTS

General Election: Election Leads and Results

Liberals: 32.3%, Conservatives: 33.9%, NDP: 17.7%, PPC: 5.1%, Greens: 2.3%, BQ: 7.8% (Source: Elections Canada)

CPC
LPC
NDP
PPC
BQ
Alberta
55.4% (-13.6)
15.3% (+1.5%)
19% (+7.4%)
7.5% (+5.3%)
BC
33.4% (-0.6%)
26.8% (+0.6%)
29% (+4.6%)
5.1% (+3.4%)
Ontario
35.1 % (+2%)
38.9% (-2.7%)
17.9% (+1.1%)
5.6% (+4%)
Quebec
18.7% (+2.7%)
33.4% (-0.9%)
9.8% (-1%)
2.7% (+1.2%)
32.2% (-0.2%)
Manitoba
39.5% (-2.7%)
27.1% (+0.6%)
23.3% (+2.5%)
7.8% (+5.8%)
Saskatchewan
59.8% (-4.2%)
10.2% (-1.5%)
20.5% (+0.9%)
6.8% (+5%)

CPC
LPC
NDP
PPC
BQ
Toronto
31.4%
48.8%
14.0%
3.7%
Montréal
11.2%
40.9%
12.1%
2.7%
30.1%
Calgary
56.2%
19.1%
15.7%
5.6%
Ottawa
32.8%
42.9%
17.8%
3.6%
Edmonton
49.1%
16.3%
25.7%
7.4%
Winnipeg
36.7%
29.7%
23.6%
7.6%

Pollster Leger was closest to the result

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Election Day, Google Search Live Update, Sep 20th

  • 8 AM to 7.30 PM Ontario Time: On Google Search, Liberals have a 11.7% share of search while the conservatives are at 25.2%. Over the last 7 days, Liberals had a 10.8% share of search while the Tories were at 20.9%
  • In 2019, on election day, October 21st, Liberals had a 8.1% share of search while the conservatives were at 22.5%

Canada Election Polls 2021 and News: Latest Seat Projections, Sep 20th

Pollster
Date
Liberals
Conservatives
NDP
Error, Top 3 parties
Results
Sep 20th
158
119
25
Average of Polls
Sep 20th
156
116
32
12
Sep 20th
158
114
33
16
Sep 19th
168
98
38
44
Sep 20th
148
125
32
23
Sep 19th
152
122
28
12
Sep 19th
154
120
30
10 (Most accurate)
2019
157
121
24

Canada Election Polls 2021 and News: Latest Polls and Predicted Winner, Sep 19th

Pollster
Polling Dates
Liberals
Conservatives
NDP
Weekly Polls Average
Sep 14-18th
31.8%
31.8%
19.4%
Sep 19th
35%
32%
18%
Sep 15-18th
31%
32%
21%
Sep 14th-17th
32%
33%
19%
Sep 17th
30%
32%
20%
Sep 18th
31%
30%
19%
Daily Polls Average
Reported on Sep 19th
31.5%
30.2%
19.5%
Sep 18th
31%
31%
21%
Sep 18th
32%
31%
19%
Sep 18th
32.1%
26.9%
19.0%
Sep 18th
31%
32%
19%
Results 2019
2019
33.1%
34.3%
16%

Canada Election Polls 2021 seat forecasts, Range

  • NDP – 28 to 38 [7 seats]
  • Liberals – 146 to 168[22 seats]
  • Conservatives – 98 to 127 [29 seats]

In 2019, Leger, Ipsos and Nanos were closest to the Conservatives performance, the average of the 3 pollsters gives the Tories a vote share of 31.3% in 2021

In 2019, Leger was closest to the Liberals performance, the pollster gives the Liberals a vote share of 32% in 2021

In 2019, Abacus was closest to the NDP performance, the pollster gives the NDP a vote share of 21% in 2021

A look at the key battlegrounds to watch across Canada

Key races across Canada to watch on election night

Canada Election Polls 2021, Range

  • NDP – 19 to 21% [ 2%]
  • Liberals – 30 to 35% [5%]
  • Conservatives – 26.9% to 33% [6.1%]

Google Search trends indicate NDP is most likely to underperform 2019 results [16% ]. However, Consensus amongst Pollsters is the highest for NDP forecasts

Canada Election Polls 2021, Male Voters, voting intentions

Average of Polls
Leger
Abacus
Ekos
Ipsos
Conservatives
34.8%
36%
34%
32%
37%
Liberals
30.0%
31%
30%
29%
30%
NDP
18.5%
19%
16%
19%
20%

Canada Election Polls 2021, Female Voters, voting intentions

Average of Polls
Leger
Abacus
Ekos
Ipsos
Conservatives
27.8%
32%
29%
22%
28%
Liberals
33.8%
32%
33%
37%
33%
NDP
21.0%
21%
23%
18%
22%

Canada Election Polls 2021, 18 to 34 years, voting intentions

Average of Polls
Leger
Ekos
Ipsos
Conservatives
24.7%
25%
24%
25%
Liberals
26.0%
30%
20%
28%
NDP
29.7%
31%
26%
32%

Canada Election Polls 2021 province polls, Range

NDP

  • Ontario: 18-22% (4%)
  • Atlantic: 19-24% (5%)
  • BC: 27-33% (6%)
  • Quebec: 10-17% (7%)
  • Alberta: 13-26% (13%)

Liberals

  • Ontario: 35-39% (4%)
  • Quebec: 27-34% (7%)
  • Alberta: 14-21% (7%)
  • BC: 20-28% (8%)
  • Atlantic: 33-49% (16%)

Conservatives

  • Quebec: 16-20% (4%)
  • BC: 30-36% (6%)
  • Ontario: 26-35% (9%)
  • Alberta: 40-54% (14%)
  • Atlantic: 18-34% (16%)

Interactive: How Canadians voted in the past 7 federal elections

Canada Election Polls 2021: Crowd’s Wisdom (Videos)

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Canada Election Polls 2021 and News: Accuracy of Polls

In 2019, Mainstreet Research’s predictions had an NDP tilt, EKOS missed the conservative forecast by 4% points, Nanos too over reported NDP share while Ipsos was relatively closer to the result than other pollsters. Angus Reid on the other hand missed the Liberal party forecasts by a mile. Overall, it appears NDP tends to get over represented in these polls.

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Canada Election Polls 2021 and News: Who is winning according to Google Search? Sep 20th

On Google Search, Liberals have a 10.8% share of search in the last 7 days, Tories are at 20.9%

In 2019, Liberals had 11.0% share of search in the last 7 days prior to 2019 election, Tories were at 22.0%

In Quebec, the Liberals appeared to have gained vote share from the Bloc while bleeding everywhere else

Please do not convert Google Search data into vote share

Google too published search data click here

Canada Federal Election Polls and News: Trudeau Polls, Sep 20th

Google Search Update

Sep 13th to 20th: Justin Trudeau: 57.5%, Erin O’Toole: 25.3%, Jagmeet Singh: 17.2%

Sep 6th to 12th: Justin Trudeau: 57.9%, Erin O’Toole: 27.9%, Jagmeet Singh: 14.3%

2019 Election: Justin Trudeau: 48%, Andrew Scheer: 25%, Jagmeet Singh: 27%

Trudeau Polls Update, Preferred PM/ Best PM

Pollster
Polling Dates
Trudeau
O’Toole
Singh
Average
Sep 15th-18th
30.7%
28.3%
22.3%
Sep 15-18th
28%
27%
23%
Sep 18th
35%
32%
22%
Sep 18th
29%
26%
22%

2019 Nanos Trudeau: 33, Scheer: 30, Singh: 9

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Canada Federal Election Polls and News: Province level performance, Sep 19th

Final federal election poll shows tight three-way race in B.C. | Vancouver Sun

Latest Ontario Polls 2021 and Google Search Data: Liberals bleed in Ontario but O’Toole fails to Cash in

Google Search Data, Province Level Swings, Sep 19th

Province
LPC
CPC
NDP
BC
+2%
+2%
-18%
Alberta
-5%
-6%
-13%
Ontario
+0%
-2%
-18%
Province
BQ
LPC
CPC
NDP
Quebec
-10%
-3%
+7%
-7%

Ipsos Province level Update (Sep 19th)

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Angus Reid Update, (Sep 18th)

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Mainstreet Research Update (Sep 19th)

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Ekos Politics Sep 19th

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Abacus Province level data, Sep 19th

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Leger Poll, Sep 18th

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Major Issues that Could Impact the Upcoming Canada Federal Election

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Inflation, affordability top election concerns: survey

  1. Handling of Ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic
    Canada is facing a fourth wave of Coronavirus pandemic and the country is under serious economic pressure. Added to it the growing concerns among the unvaccinated citizens is set to impact the election result. The political parties are keen to focus on their competing visions for how Canada can recover from the pandemic.
  2. Housing Affordability
    Recently a research published by Nanos showed that affordable housing has become a top issue in the 2021 federal election. The poll showed 15 per cent of Canadians surveyed said they are worried about whether they will be able to pay for their housing in the next 30 days.
  3. Racial Justice
    There has been growing calls for racial justice in Canada. Since the discovery of unmarked graves at residential schools, anti-racism have become one of the key focuses of the election.

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CBC News: How do the main parties compare on these issues?

Canada Federal Election Polls and News and Issue Tracker, Sep 20th

Sep 20th

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O’Toole makes last pitch to voters before election day

Trudeau appeals to progressive voters on final day of campaign

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Justin Trudeau addresses supporters in Niagara Falls – September 19, 2021

Jagmeet Singh campaigns in Port Coquitlam, B.C. – September 19, 2021

Canada Federal Election Polls and News: Campaign Tweets and Posts, Sep 20th

Originally tweeted by Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) on September 20, 2021.

We’ve got your back — and we always will.

http://lpc.ca/aq73

#ForwardForEveryone

Originally tweeted by Jagmeet Singh (@theJagmeetSingh) on September 20, 2021.

One person with a vision is a powerful thing.

Two people with a vision, coming together to fight for better? That’s what changes the world.

Help us fight for that change.

Text 3 friends right now and join together tomorrow to vote for better.

Originally tweeted by Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) on September 20, 2021.

I’m LIVE with our Alberta team to talk about how we’re going to move forward – on vaccines, on child care, on green jobs, and more.
🇨🇦
Je suis en DIRECT avec notre équipe de l’Alberta pour parler vaccins, services de garde, emplois verts et plus encore.

Originally tweeted by Erin O’Toole (@erinotoole)

I’ve loved having the family join me in the campaign. Thank you everyone for standing by my side as we work hard to #SecureTheFuture for all Canadian families (pets included!)

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Originally tweeted by Erin O’Toole (@erinotoole) on September 19, 2021.

Vote to bring Canada together. Vote to secure the future. Vote Conservative.

Originally tweeted by John Horgan (@jjhorgan) on September 18, 2021.

Don’t forget to vote on Monday!
In my riding, I voted for @AMacGregor4CML because @theJagmeetSingh and his team will work every day to make life better for people and communities. #Elxn44

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Originally tweeted by Edward Gao – People’s Party of Canada (@EdwardGaoPPC) on September 18, 2021.

Massive turnout Friday night! Due to popular demand the Mad Max Election Tour has been extended! Bernier will be speaking at the World Wide Rally for Freedom today (Saturday Sep 18) 1PM at Central Memorial Park. Join us!

#voteppc #purplewave #ppc #yyc #worldwiderallyforfreedom

Originally tweeted by Bitcoin Magazine (@BitcoinMagazine) on September 17, 2021.

Canadian party leader Max Bernier and @jordanbpeterson discussing #Bitcoin

Bullish.
https://t.co/M1nGRqmJAV

Canada Federal Election Polls and News: What Happened in the Last Election?

Party
Votes
Vote Percentage
Seats Won/Total
Change In Seats from 2015
Liberal
6,018,728
33.1%
157 / 338 (46%)
Decrease 27
Conservative
6,239,227
34.3%
121 / 338 (36%)
Increase 22
Bloc Québécois
1,384,030
7.6%
32 / 338 (9%)
Increase 22
New Democratic
2,903,722
16.0%
24 / 338 (7%)
Decrease 20
Green
1,189,607
6.5%
3 / 338 (0.9%)
Increase 1
Independent
75,836
0.4%
1 / 338 (0.3%)
Increase 1

Canada Federal Election 2021 Polls and News: Election Procedure

Canada Election 2021 Date: September 20th, 2021

The Parliament of Canada has two chambers: the House of Commons and the Senate. House of Commons have 338 seats while Senate has 105 members. The term of House of Commons is five years.

The party with maximum number of seats gets a chance to run the government for five years. The majority mark in Canadian House of Commons in 170 seats. However, a party with lesser number of seats can form a minority government supported by other parties.

Eligibility of Voters (Source Wikipedia)

  • Every Canadian citizen 18 years of age or older has the right to vote, except for the Chief Electoral Officer and the Deputy Chief Electoral Officer
  • Inmates serving a sentence of at least two years are allowed to vote in Canadian Federal election after 2002.
  • Many Canadian voters are expected to be able to send mail-in ballots due to COVID-19, which Canada’s chief electoral officer recently said could delay the results by a few days.

Canada Federal Election Polls and News: Important Dates

Advance Polls: Sept. 10-13 (Polling Stations) or through Sept 14 at Elections Canada ofc.

By Mail: Apply by Sept. 14, and mail by Sept. 20

In-person: Sept. 20

Voting rules for electors living outside of Canada

When can you expect your voter ​information card?

Check out our coverage of the Canadian elections

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Douglas Beswick
Douglas Beswick
1 month ago

Hard to believe this idiot would call an election with everything that’s is going on in Canada right now . We have Covid to contend. Our beautiful BC is on fire with people being evacuated or an alert how are they going to legally be able to vote . and the prairies is in a major drought with farmers losing crops and live stock . With no aide in site . Yet he gives Quebec 62% of a 4.62 Billion dollar tax payer hand out and nothing for the west . Shows he doesn’t give a sh-t for the west . We no were he gets his votes from the east mostly Quebec and Ontario . Being from BC it is pretty sad that our votes don’t mean nothing because it is all decided before it gets out here . It\s time for the west to go our own way and make Stephen Harper our PM , he would get the west back on track . While Idiot Trudeau puts us in a dept. hole we will never get out of or maybe he can talk to his buddies from WE to help in out .

Robyne
Robyne
10 days ago

I am afraid he will be talking to his buddies, as his minister of woman’s affaires puts it: “our brothers the Taliban”. She forgot to tell Canadian women that unless they throw away their bikini and miniskirt, don a hijab and give up reading books, “our brothers the Taliban” will bury them in the sand and stone them to death.

Jayanna Mcinster
Jayanna Mcinster
6 days ago

his times already up?? ( not lifetime but time for him being prime minister.) He is also not one of the current candidates so you don´t have a choice.

Pjama bin smarter
Pjama bin smarter
1 month ago

Last election it was rural conservative urban liberal mostly. The bloc stole trudeau’s majority. The ppc didn’t help the conservative situation.
My fear is the hidden agenda of the liberal’s. They obviously have something they want to do that they need the majority for. They were backed by the Ndp so they already had the power. Is it the great reset? Is it something bigger that nobody but the elites only know about?

JLS
JLS
23 days ago

go PPC all the way! best BET this election

Robyne
Robyne
10 days ago

It sure is. And little Justin potatoe head just falling head over heels to secure totalitarian power.He wants to be able to do away with Parliament and invoke emergency measures act before double digit inflation hits and people lose their homes to sky high property tax and mortgage rates.

Ron Brydges
Ron Brydges
30 days ago

Singh is slowly catching on with the electorate and i expect this will continue through the campaign with an expected good showing in the leaders debates. This is shaping up to be a three party race.

CWyattJ
CWyattJ
26 days ago
Reply to  Ron Brydges

Meh I’ll pass on the wacky socialist who won’t even consider nuclear energy.

Al Orydzuk
Al Orydzuk
27 days ago

Why would anyone vote NDP- they spend the last 6 months propping up the liberals. And with Singhs question able past- ie-gambling debts that just disappeared and his loyalties to known terrorist groups, well that makes one wonder just who they will allow into Canadian politics. My hope is Trudeau gets prison time and Mr Singh is banned from politics.

Neil Sutherland
Neil Sutherland
27 days ago

why does site pretend that PPC doesn’t exist, when all polsters have them ahead of green, and some ahead of bloc. please, I would respect you a lot more.

john wilks
john wilks
27 days ago

This latest surge for O Toole is pending tragedy for our nation. A return to the Regressive Conservative Harper era would be the worst possible outcome of this election. NDP supporters attention PLEASE ! Where your votes can prevent this, consider changing your ideals on election day ! It can make the needed difference !

CWyattJ
CWyattJ
26 days ago
Reply to  john wilks

Enough with the fear mongering. We need solid leadership. We need to improve the economy. And don’t give me the bullshit that ndp or greens even care about the environment with their ass backward view on nuclear. Imma vote conservative, y’all are wack if you vote ndp lol(you’re also wack if you vote the black face wearing scandal prone drama teacher lol)

D. Dafoe
D. Dafoe
26 days ago
Reply to  john wilks

I thought it incredibly stupid to call an election in the middle of a pandemic. I have no intension of legitimizing such a stupid idea by voting.

Henry McRandall
Henry McRandall
24 days ago
Reply to  D. Dafoe

The best possible election outcome would be an NDP-Green Party-Bloc Quebecois majority coalition – a first-ever “leftish” Canadian federal government. To paraphrase amazing NDP leader Jagmeet Singh – and a well-known song – “tax the rich and feed the poor, until there are no rich no more.”

JLS
JLS
23 days ago

and singh will start wearing suits from walmart, right? not more $15,000 Hugo Boss suit and $3000 shoes…. this is for stupid to believe green horses on the walls

Last edited 23 days ago by JLS
bill a.
bill a.
23 days ago

bloc does not want to govern. will not accept being part of the government, let alone have its members be ministers in a coalition govt. outcome is more akin to British elections with labour-cons-libdems. only party shift will come from consolidating the ndp-lib votes into the ndp or liberals

Border Reiver
Border Reiver
14 days ago
Reply to  bill a.

The bloc do not call themselves “Canadian” and thereby that alone should exclude them from any and all discussion.. But as they are included , on the same criteria so should a FN Rep also be included perhaps by a Grand Chief..
As for the UK , what was traditional definition and policies of the then leading parties .. all became muddied with the the Lib-SDP alliance and broad spectrum policy .. Then the Labour and Blair turning upside policy down.. where policy was even more right wing/conservative than that of the Thatcher era..
Then the conservative swing to populace far rightist.. So, we have much the same here..
The Conservatives, weeding out the Far Christian/rightist/populace types (call them Honkers instead of trumpeters) Perhaps they now are progressing to center right, instead of far right..
The Libs trying to thinly spread themselves into conservatives red tory territory
and blueish NDP ..
now NDP and Cons are redefining traditional rolls.. and are eating at the flanks of the Liberals..
gawd only knows what the greens really are .. they need to explode ,pick up the pieces and come out with a policy and united front ..
The Libs find themselves now in a salient, where they are trying to push aggressively forward and yet are in danger of being cut off at the rear and are fighting off attack on all fronts .. It’s a marginal gamble , one that seldom reaps reward..

JLS
JLS
23 days ago
Reply to  D. Dafoe

out them, vote PPC… we need a dramatic change in these dramatic times.

jhaw
jhaw
9 days ago
Reply to  JLS

goose stepping crazies

J. Middlefield
J. Middlefield
9 days ago
Reply to  john wilks

LOLOLOLOL Go FUCK YOURSELF!!!! Yes cause trudeau is such an amazing prime minister right???? wasting $600,000,000 of our hard earned FUCKING money during a pandemic you socialist loving moron, giving quebec a $4,000,000,000 handout like it was nothing and people cant afford to buy homes not to mention the fact that this fucking economic communist is running this country into the dirt you deluded ignorant idiot???? Let me guess, you work for the federal government right?? Probably an ass sucking orderly for the brass at the CBC??

Denise
Denise
7 days ago
Reply to  J. Middlefield

Any time you have to resort to obscene, abusive language it means that you are no smarter than a second grader. Keep your profanity off of the forum or if that is the only way you know how to express yourself we excuse you. You may leave the forum now and by the way on your way out do let the door knock you in the mouth. It might just help you with your foul and highly offensive language.

Nicholas
Nicholas
26 days ago

Trudeau’s had his chance and blown it. O’Toole deserves a chance.

JLS
JLS
23 days ago
Reply to  Nicholas

try PPC?

Eleanor
Eleanor
7 days ago
Reply to  Nicholas

O’Toole is just as much as a sleezebucket as the garbage PM we have

Denise
Denise
7 days ago
Reply to  Eleanor

I realize by your comment tbat you have a very, very limited IQ.

Tony Dick
Tony Dick
24 days ago

Liberals are awesome

JLS
JLS
23 days ago
Reply to  Tony Dick

your name , your answer LOL

Last edited 23 days ago by JLS
Brandan
Brandan
14 days ago
Reply to  Tony Dick

They are the same as your Name Bud

Bill
Bill
12 days ago
Reply to  Tony Dick

Is your middle name Ima
It has to be.

Eleanor
Eleanor
7 days ago
Reply to  Tony Dick

Awesome liars, cheats and thieves. The top 3 parties wouldn’t know truth if they ate it off a silver platter

Denise
Denise
7 days ago
Reply to  Eleanor

This is the smartest comment that I have read for the day. I am embrassed to read some of the comments being made on this forum. I am proud to be a black Canadian woman. However it troubles me to see so many comments from people who seems to be not thinking with minds. I wonder how many of you applied for CERB or EI and did not qualify. I looked at the Americia’s Elections last November and I was so disgusted . I thought how that most Americians had an IQ of 10 until now. I read people discussing every and any thing except what truly matters. I am yet to hear any one question Singh about his Pharmacare, wait I know that is actually the same thing that he was tooting his horn about during the last Elections. And the book that O’Toole holds in his hand that has any one really checked to see if it had anything to do with the Conservatives platform. Oh what an evil webb we weave when we set out to deceive. Please comment constructively. I do not care who or which party you support, discuss the issues and HOW we can all help the elected party tomorrow to deal with Systemic Racism, Climate Change, Economic Recovery after the Pandemic, Education and most of all health care issues

Sophia
Sophia
24 days ago

Who ever wins will be minority. That’s a good thing and people should vote strategically. Best way to keep govt.s in check. I would like to see the whole political system change, this system no longer serves us. Perhaps like Switzerland where the people have the power and decide on issues and not the govt. This is the most democratic way. Plus leaves no room for corruption. Time to change the system.

gpriest
gpriest
15 days ago
Reply to  Sophia

Sophia, l agree with your thoughts of change in Canada. Switzerland, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, to name a few, have outstanding successes with energy alternative solutions, paid schooling, housing, and so much more. It would be wise for Canadian government to walk the talk they often seem to do, and perhaps follow examples set by the countries listed above.

Sander Vogtlaender
Sander Vogtlaender
13 days ago
Reply to  gpriest

The countries you named do have a good governmental system but they are also having housing crisis. In my country, Holland, they are now protesting to the government in regards to the housing crisis, its also getting unaffordable and non-dutch nationals (immigrants/refugees) are get priority to housing than the dutch themselves which is fueling anger

Robyne
Robyne
10 days ago
Reply to  gpriest

YES!

Robyne
Robyne
10 days ago
Reply to  Sophia

Yes! You have the right idea. I am glad someone finally said this. Many thanks…

Denise
Denise
7 days ago
Reply to  Sophia

With all respect to you, but are you a Political Scientist? If so what is your academic qualifications, Masters or PhD. If you are not a Political Scientist or you do have reputable education qualifications I suggest you refrain from telling or advising any one how to vote. This is a discussion forum not an advice column. Let us discuss constructively and effectively.

Last edited 7 days ago by Denise
Eilene Meraw
Eilene Meraw
21 days ago

I’m against Trudeau for no other reason that he said (no majority another election in 18 months) .Spending more on Facebook adds than the other parties combined doesn’t impress me either. Let’s put Canada first,not personal goals

Graeme Hamilton
Graeme Hamilton
16 days ago

Please give us a safer Canada and get Trudeau, Freeland and all the other woke Liberals out. They just don’t care about the average Canadian, as they don’t have to worry about the debt that they are forcing on us, do they?

Border Reiver
Border Reiver
14 days ago

I’d call they and much of the media circus “false woke” The best way the Liberals could move forward is recenter, get rid of Trudeau , The Conservatives ..is move to center get rid of the Honkers (Canadian Trumpeters)
Best way Canadians move forward , is treat all as equals and humility, without discrimination by colour, creed, sexuality or heritage .. There is no room in Canada for Racists and Bigots, no matter their heritage or religion
..

Robyne
Robyne
10 days ago

Exactly right. He was elected for 4 years. Did not respec this. 600, 000,000$ in taxpayer money dawn the drain fo nothing. Still does’t get his spoiled brat egocentric billionaire baby way and he won’t respect these election results either. He only respects the voters and democratic principals if he gets his own way all the time.

Andrew Smith
15 days ago

That stupid stuttering punk (this is how Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel call him in their private conversations; source: rnl.nl/medianetwork)), current PM of Canada must loose upcoming elections. Along with his handling of COVID 19, rise in food-prices and overall cost of living, what is being overlooked: he brought to Canada thousands of radical islamic extremists. Most of them keep low profile now, before organizing to commit terrorist acts across this country.

Robyne
Robyne
10 days ago
Reply to  Andrew Smith

He brought covid in too.

gpriest
gpriest
15 days ago

obviously the prime minister’s chair will be purchased with MONEY> Big businesses, in Canada and around the world, that have investments in Canada will BUY the opportunity to do business as they see fit. In my opinion, federal government is a virus, that keeps growing out of control, until there is a revolt, or a revolution, or a war. Something will have to give before Canada can be proud. Every province should have equal share in every decision the Prime Minister makes. EAch provincial premier, would sit with the prime minister, all in one room, and make a decision before leaving. Housing, health, economy, natural resources, and more, for every Canadian, Indiginous, landed immigrant, etc. All treated equal. regardless of race, color, gender,

Robyne
Robyne
10 days ago
Reply to  gpriest

Bravo!

mkalia
mkalia
14 days ago

how very convenient you never added PPC to this poll. they matter, have far more support than you think.

Kathy Ezard
Kathy Ezard
14 days ago

My husband is in a long-term care facility. I brought his ballot with me to the home and asked what the procedure is for patients to follow. Was told by personal support worker on duty it had already been done. What? I queried? and was informed that a candidate had gone into the home, took photos w/the patients and got them to sign a paper that they had voted (for that candidate, of course). I was astounded so when I went to vote that afternoon, I put in a complaint to Elections Canada. I was called after 8:00 pm that evening and the lady Suzanne (no last name) told me it wasn’t a candidate but Elections Canada who had gone into the home and brought ballots with them so the patients could vote. I thought this highly unusual because the majority of patients have dementia/alzeimers. Many hardly know their own names, let alone who to vote for. Can Elections Canada not then influence the patient their own intentions ie why not sign your X for this candidate? Is this reality? That Elections Canada goes into ltc homes to solicit votes? How many long-term care homes are there all across Canada and how many voters can Elections Canada influence? Does anybody have any answers out there?

Robyne
Robyne
10 days ago
Reply to  Kathy Ezard

Just one:$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

South
South
9 days ago
Reply to  Robyne

Camerasare not allowed at ballot boxes or polling stations

Isabelle Adams
Isabelle Adams
14 days ago

We need the Conservatives in power we can’t afford Trudeau in power any more. You can’t fix debt by spending and lying.

Robyne
Robyne
10 days ago
Reply to  Isabelle Adams

Thanks. You cannot fix a so called pandemic with bribed news media either. Check out the covid results for high tech Japan and poor third world Malawi. Both have a fraction of covid cases and deaths per capita than airhead Tam’s lockdown, sea to sea, residential school nightmare state. Neither Japan nor Malawi have masking rules, fines, vaccine passports or other measures.

Robyne
Robyne
9 days ago
Reply to  Isabelle Adams

Also, bought and paid for yahoo has new sob story propaganda page tonight. Fully vaccinated lady dies after visiting unvacinnated friend whose husband died from covid. Why didn’t the unvaccinated friend die? How many other people did the deceased lady meet with during previous days? Who is to say if a hundred or so other people did not give her covid? All this proves is that vaccinated people die while unvaccinated people do not. More than likely from this story that the vaccine itself is the culprit , not the unvaccinated. Also check the figures on worldwide deaths from covid per capita of the world population. Surprise everybody!

robert
robert
12 days ago

My thought this site is mostly liberal people don’t let these poll fool you remember what happened in Atlantic Canada the liberals were leading by 10 points and lost by big margin , the PPC party is the one too watch for.

Tony
Tony
11 days ago

Remember a vote for the ndp becomes a liberal vote we need trudeau removed from power before he does anymore damage to the Canadian economy

Robyne
Robyne
10 days ago
Reply to  robert

Hope you are right!

Tim Greenwood
Tim Greenwood
12 days ago

See a shift toward Liberals with progressive voters wary of Conservative caucus and with PPC drawing away from Conservatives. Can see some movement toward NDP out west but not so much in York Region

Todd Eberwein
Todd Eberwein
11 days ago

So much for honesty what happened to the respect of many in freedom

Grace Varley
Grace Varley
11 days ago

We need Trudeau to win a majority. NDP to get nothing, and Mr. O. to get one seat.

Vesta
Vesta
10 days ago

Dear GODS OR VIBES OR WHATEVER please let people smarten up and vote for O’TOOLE

darlene fenn
darlene fenn
9 days ago

Where are #’s for PPC

Roger Brocke
Roger Brocke
8 days ago

The liberals don’t allow for free speech or free thought, and wants to alienate and separate our citizens.
Trudeau doesn’t care about your thoughts on spending or fiscal responsibility as he spends like a drunken Sailor.
Remember when Jody Wilson Raybold chose the truth over Trudeaus demands and then he threw a temper tantrum…
So is Trudeau a true femminist or just when things go His way.?
You probably know my vote, definitely Not NDP or Liberal!!!
PC’s should have Leslyn Lewis in charge, but O’toole will do the job..
Thank you

Eleanor
Eleanor
7 days ago

This isn’t even honest. There is other parties running that are making progress besides the 3 tyrant crap parties. Let’s get all the names on the polls. Mainstream media are such fraudulent reports

Paul
Paul
7 days ago

My father fought at the battle for Caen, France during the Normandy invasion in 1944. It was a critical battle that in fact marked a major turning point on the western front in combating Hitler. Fighting with the North, Nova Scotia Highlanders, the “North Novas” driving an ammunition truck he broke through the SS lines and was able to reach his buddies in A company, who were running low on ammo and high casualties. They unloaded the ammunition in his truck, were able to get the truck full of wounded and my father got them to safety. He fought all the way through to Germany. The Nova Scotia Highlanders could not be defeated in the surge forward to the enemy. Quite literally at that time the battle of Caen was pivotal between slavery (Fascist in the west or the Soviet advance in the east) or freedom. I don’t want to over-dramatise but I rather feel like Max Bernier is doing what my father would have done and the PPC are like the Nova Scotia Highlanders. They will not be defeated in their surge to change the face of Canadian politics, a society that values each and every individual Soul in this great nation of ours. Maxine Bernier “Strong and Free” PPC!
(No Retreating Footsteps The Story of the North Nova Scotia Highlanders, Bird, Will, R. Published by Kentville, NS, 1954to Germany.

Irene Nels lindstrom
Irene Nels lindstrom
7 days ago

The only way Trudeau will win is by mail in votes which should never of been . Every voting card should have the voters name on it.

Carol A Throop
Carol A Throop
6 days ago

Amazing speeches. Go Liberals!

Vishal Sharma
Vishal Sharma
6 days ago

I think Conservative will win

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