Canada votes in another Liberal minority

Like it was when Canadians were called to the polls 36 days ago, Justin Trudeau and the Liberals are forming a minority government.  As of 9:20 p.m Monday night, the Liberals were leading or elected in 155 of 338 ridings, the Conservatives are leading or elected in 123, the Bloc Quebecois and NDP are both at 29.

In Saskatchewan, the Conservatives are hoping for similar results as they had two years ago when they swept all 14 ridings in the province.

When a candidate has been elected, we will update this page to show you who has been declared elected:

BATTLEFORDS-LLOYDMINSTER:  Rosemarie Falk ( Conservative)

CARLTON TRAIL-EAGLE CREEK: Kelly Block (Conservative)

CYPRESS HILLS-GRASSLANDS: Jeremy Patzer (Conservative)


MOOSE JAW-LAKE CENTRE-LANIGAN: Fraser Tolmie (Conservative)

PRINCE ALBERT: Randy Hoback (Conservative)

REGINA-LEWVAN: Warren Steinley (Conservative)

REGINA-QU’APPELLE: Andrew Scheer (Conservative)

REGINA-WASCANA: Michael Kram (Conservative)

SASKATOON GRASSWOOD: Kevin Waugh (Conservative)

SASKATOON UNIVERSITY: Corey Tochor (Conservative)

SASKATOON WEST: Brad Redekopp (Conservative)

SOURIS-MOOSE MOUNTAIN:  Robert Kitchen (Conservative)

YORKTON-MELVILLE:  Cathay Wagantall (Conservative)

A national map as to what is happening can be found here.

620 CKRM will have the latest results for you once the polls close at 7:30 with Drew Postey and Ryan McNally.

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