The general election in Canada will be held on November 8, 2019, with all of the country’s 338 seats up for grabs.

If all of them are won by the Liberals, the next federal election will be on October 29, 2020.

With the 2019 federal election only just weeks away, here’s a rundown of some key election dates.

October 7: Election Day, 2019.

Voters in the United States will be able vote for the first time since 2020, when the last federal election ended.

That means, for the most part, Canada’s population will be much larger.

November 8: Election day, 2020, if the Conservatives win.

November 15: Election night, 2021, if Justin Trudeau is re-elected.

November 18: Election, 2022, if an NDP win.

The 2019 federal general election is considered the last major political contest before the next election, which is set for 2022.

The Liberals, Conservatives and New Democrats will be vying for the Liberals’ 2019 majority in the House of Commons, and in 2019 the NDP has a strong chance to hold the seat of Prince Edward Island.

But the Liberals are also on the verge of holding the seat that the Tories lost in 2015, and there are other seats that could go Liberal.

November 22: Election is over.

Canada’s first ever general election, as expected.