The 60 ridings that tell the story of where the election will be won and lost
Future of the NDP
St. John’s East, Brampton East, Davenport, Essex, Hamilton East–Stoney Creek, London–Fanshawe, Churchill–Keewatinook Aski, Elmwood–Transcona, Regina–Lewvan, Surrey–Newton
Conservative-Liberal battlegrounds outside the GTA
Kings–Hants, Sydney–Victoria, Glengarry-Prescott-Russell, Kanata–Carleton, Orléans, Peterborough–Kawartha, Cambridge, Kitchener South–Hespeler, Kildonan–St. Paul, South Surrey–White Rock, Steveston–Richmond East
A climate of change in Quebec
Lac-Saint-Jean, Louis-Hébert, Trois-Rivières, La Pointe-de-l’Île, Mirabel, Berthier–Maskinongé, Drummond, Beloeil–Chambly, Laurier–Sainte-Marie, Saint-Hyacinthe–Bagot
Éric Grenier • CBC News • Sept 15, 2019
Where do Justin Trudeau’s Liberals need to win to secure re-election? What is the path to a majority government for Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives? What does the future for the NDP under Jagmeet Singh look like? And can Elizabeth May’s Greens, Maxime Bernier’s new People’s Party or Independents like Jody Wilson-Raybould change the electoral map?
These are the big questions that will be answered on Oct. 21 when voters cast their ballots in Canada’s 338 ridings — and how these 60 ridings swing will tell the story of this campaign.
Read about the 60 ridings in the six themes below.