A Liberal minority government was elected Monday night. All three Southern Manitoba ridings of Brandon-Souris, Portage-Lisgar and Provencher remained Conservative with the incumbent candidates being reelected in each respectively: Larry Maguire, Candice Bergen and Ted Falk.
Manitoba at a glance based on Monday's Federal Election results:
Conservative Party of Canada - 7 seats
Liberal Party of Canada - 4 seats
NDP - New Democratic Party - 3 seats
Canada at a glance based on Monday's Federal Election results:
Liberal Party of Canada - 157 seats
Conservative Party of Canada - 121 seats
Bloc Quebecois - 32 seats
NDP - New Democratic Party - 24 seats
Green Party of Canada - 3 seats
Independent - 1 seat
2019 Canadian Election results are listed below. Click the links below to read stories written up to the election on the candidates and the respective open forums/debates held in each constituency.
Country Wide Election Results in Graph Below.
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Aaron Archer(PPC) - 1,157 votes - 2.6%
Beverly Eert (GPC) - 2,307 votes - 5.2%
Candice Bergen (CPC) - 31,403 votes - 71.0% - Elected
Cindy Friesen (NDP) - 3,783 votes - 8.6%
Jerome Dondo (CHP) - 856 votes - 1.9%
Ken Werbiski (Lib.) - 4,721 votes - 10.7%
Erin McGee (NDP) - 6,093 votes - 12.7%
Janine G. Gibson (GPC) - 2,930 votes - 6.1%
Ted Falk (CPC) - 31,588 votes - 65.8% - Elected
Trevor Kirczenow (Lib.) - 6,254 votes - 13.0%
Wayne Sturby (PPC) - 1,158 votes - 2.4%
*Candidates are listed in alphabetical order.
*All results unofficial until reported by Elections Canada