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2021 Federal Election Coverage

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NDP says errors meant people — including First Nations — were disenfranchised

NDP says errors meant people — including First Nations — were disenfranchised

"Voters were turned away, were sent to the wrong polling locations, showed up at locations that opened late or never opened, or walked away from massive lineups,” NDP national director Anne McGrath alleged in a letter. 
Judicial recount gives Trudeau's Liberals one more victory in Quebec

Judicial recount gives Trudeau's Liberals one more victory in Quebec

The recount bumps up the total number of seats won by Justin Trudeau's Liberals to 160.
St. Albertan voter turnout holds steady despite pandemic

St. Albertan voter turnout holds steady despite pandemic

Elections Canada is still doubling checking numbers for mail-in ballots.
Counting of federal election mail ballots expected to continue until the weekend

Counting of federal election mail ballots expected to continue until the weekend

Elections Canada said today that 12 ridings have not started counting mail ballots.
St. Albert students cast their mock ballots

St. Albert students cast their mock ballots

NDP candidate Kathleen Mpulubusi won the St. Albert-Edmonton Student Vote race with 42 per cent of the vote.
Most postal votes to be counted by the end of today: Elections Canada

Most postal votes to be counted by the end of today: Elections Canada

A record number of people voted by mail in the election. 
NDP gains substantial support in St. Albert

NDP gains substantial support in St. Albert

“If I didn't win, I really wanted to have a really strong second place, you know, a very definitive second place. So, I think I did accomplish that.”
Cooper re-elected for third term

Cooper re-elected for third term

Incumbent wins St. Albert-Edmonton riding with 28,265 votes, or 47.6 per cent, as of 9 a.m. Tuesday
St. Albertans motivated by civic duty to cast their ballots

St. Albertans motivated by civic duty to cast their ballots

“If you don't take that opportunity, then I believe you forfeit your right to complain about it later. It’s just something that we need to do as Canadians,” said voter Don Petruka on Monday.
Everything old is new again after election returns virtually identical Parliament

Everything old is new again after election returns virtually identical Parliament

Elections Canada will start counting more than 780,000 mailed-in ballots Tuesday, and it expects most to be finished by Wednesday, but officials did warn some ridings could take up to four days for final counts.