CTV declares local election winners
Update at 11:24 p.m.:
CTV News declares NDP incumbent Carol Hughes the winner of the Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing riding with 41.6% of the vote.
Final 2019 election results for the Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing riding:
Dave Delisle of the People's Party of Canada recieved 883 votes
Marquis De Le Marmalade of the Rhinoceros Party received 124 votes
Total number of votes cast was 40,209, for a 61.5% eligible voter turnout.
Federal election results for the Algoma Manitoulin Kapuskasing riding as of 11:24 p.m. October 21, 2019:
CTV News declares Liberal incumbent Marc Serré the winner of the Nickel Belt riding.
Final 2019 election results for Nickel Belt:
Liberal Marc Serré received 39% of the vote.
63.9% voter turnout.
Mikko Paavola received 1,150 votes.
2019 Federal election results for Nickel Belt as of 11:34 p.m. October 21, 2019:
Update at 10:48 p.m.:
CTV News declares Liberal incumbent Paul Lefebvre the winner of the Sudbury riding.
Final 2019 federal election results for the Sudbury riding
Liberal Paul Lefebvre received 40.8% of the vote.
64.4% voter turnout.
Sean Paterson of the People's Party of Canada received 949 votes.
Chanel Lalonde of the Animal Protection Party received 285 votes.
Independent Charlene Sylvestre received 196 votes.
Independent David J. Popescu received 73 votes.
Federal election results for the Sudbury riding as of 10:48 p.m. October 21, 2019:
CTV News declares NDP incumbent Charlie Angus the winner of the Timmins - James Bay riding.
Updated Timmins James Bay 2019 election results as of October 22, 2019 at 4:11 p.m.
With one poll still outstanding, Charlie Angus has 39.8% of the vote. Voter turnout 57%:
Max Kennedy of the Green Party of Canada received 1,226 votes.
Federal election results for Timmins - James Bay as of 10:57 p.m. October 21, 2019:
CTV News declares Liberal incumbent Terry Sheehan the winner of Sault Ste. Marie riding with 44.8% of the vote.
Final 2019 election results for Sault Ste. Marie:
Amy Zuccato of the People's Party of Canada received 733 votes.
Total number of votes cast was 41,267, for a 62.3% eligible voter turnout.
Federal election results for Sault Ste. Marie as of 11:13 p.m. October 21, 2019:
Update at 10:25 p.m. :
CTV News has declares Liberal incumbent Anthony Rota the winner of the Nipissing-Timiskaming riding.
Updated 2019 federal election results for Nipissing-Timiskaming as of October 22, 2019 at 4:05 p.m.
With two polls still outstanding, Anthony Rota has received 40.1% of the vote. 60.6% voter turnout:
Mark King of the People's Party of Canada received 2,403 votes.
2019 Federal Election results for Nipissing-Timiskaming as of 10:53 p.m. October 21, 2019:
CTV News declares Conservative Scott Aitchison the winner of the Parry Sound-Muskoka riding.
Final 2019 Parry Sound Muskoka election results:
Scott Aitchison received 41.9% of the vote.
65.2% voter turnout.
Independent Daniel Predie Jr. received 376 votes.
2019 Election results for Parry Sound - Muskoka as of 10:54 p.m. October 21, 2019:
SUDBURY -- CTV News is predicting a Liberal win with a minority government.
SUDBURY -- After 40 days, it is finally time to vote across Canada and CTV News Northern Ontario is watching closely to bring you up-to-the-minute results as the day unfolds.
Over 27 million eligible voters have the power to decide which party they want to lead the country and who will sit in the 338 seats in the House of Commons in the 43rd federal election.
A record 4.7 million have already cast their vote in the advance polls.
The CTV News National team, led by Chief News Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa Laflamme, will stream Canada's most comprehensive live federal election special here online, as well as broadcasting on your favourite CTV News channel, starting at 7 p.m. ET.
In addition to the national coverage, the CTV News Northern Ontario team will bring you the latest results from each of the seven ridings in northeastern Ontario here online:
- Algoma – Manitoulin – Kapuskasing
- Nickel Belt
- Nipissing – Timiskaming
- Parry Sound - Muskoka
- Sault Ste. Marie
- Timmins – James Bay
Stay tuned! Polls close in northeastern Ontario at 9:30 p.m.