This election was a nailbiter from start to finish. With so many ridings across the country too close to call, many Canadians were glued to their screens for most of the night once polls closed to see which party would form the next federal government. In under two hours, projections reported that the Liberal Party of Canada would win the most seats. Before 11 p.m. media outlets were confident that it be a minority government. For the local ridings, some polls were called by press time, while others remained a tight race and couldn’t be confirmed before The Record went to press. See full story in the Tuesday, Oct. 22 edition of The Record.
By Matthew McCully