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When Will Canada's Election Results Be Announced And Other Key Times

10/19/2015 02:43 EDT | Updated 10/19/2015 08:59 EDT
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Canadians vote on Monday, but depending where you live, your to vote hours will vary. Voters are given a 12-hour block to cast their ballots. When the polls close in a province or territory, results will start to pour in. Here's what you need to know about when to vote, where to watch and where to get the results.

Voting hours across the country

  • Newfoundland closes at 8:30 pm local (7 pm ET)
  • Atlantic closes at 8:30 pm local (7:30 pm ET)
  • Eastern closes at 9:30 pm local
  • Central closes at 8:30 pm local (9:30 pm ET)
  • Saskatchewan closes at 7:30 pm local (9:30 pm ET)
  • Pacific closes at 7 pm local (10 p.m. ET)

And don't worry, folks out west: a political expert says knowing election results from elsewhere in Canada will likely not affect how Western Canadians cast their ballots.

Where to get the results

Where to watch the results

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With files from The Canadian Press