We are all familiar with the election results.
The first count, which came down on November 7, 2020, was followed by the results on November 8, 2020.
A total of 749,965 people voted in the election, of whom 1,095,000 voted for the Liberals and 463,000 for the NDP.
The NDP won 528 seats and the Liberals 232.
The Liberals won 326 seats, while the Conservatives won 223 seats.
In total, 534,972 ballots were cast in Canada’s federal election, which was held on October 25, 2019.
The next election, held on December 4, 2020 was the first since the Canadian Forces laid down its arms in 2018 and will be the first federal election since Confederation in 1867.
This election saw a dramatic rise in voter turnout, as the Liberals were able to hold on to their majority despite having fewer seats than expected.
The party also managed to win some seats in the House of Commons, which will give them a majority in both houses of Parliament for the first time in Canadian history.
In terms of voting patterns, the Liberals won over 2,500 more seats than the Conservatives.
This was a clear win for the Liberal party, which now holds the majority of seats in Parliament.
However, the NDP were able, with the help of a controversial recount, to take control of the federal House of Canada and set the country on a path towards a new federal election in 2021.
A recount that started on December 14th, 2020 saw more than 60,000 ballots being counted and it was later confirmed that the results had not changed.
The Conservatives won the majority in the Lower House of Parliament, and in the end, the election was won by the Liberals.
The 2019 election was seen as a referendum on the Liberals’ policies and leadership, with concerns raised over their commitment to social programs and the lack of an economic plan.
The results have since been disputed and many have expressed their dissatisfaction with the outcome.
However, a large majority of Canadians support the Trudeau government’s policies, with more than three-quarters saying that their government is working for the best interests of Canadians.
If you want to learn more about elections in Canada, you can visit our Elections section for more detailed information on the different aspects of the electoral process.