Canadians voting in the 2019 federal election faced what many are calling the closest national race in recent memory.
Incumbent Justin Trudeau and the Liberals squared off with Andrew Scheer and the Conservative Party, and the only thing the pollsters seemed to agree on going into the night was that neither one was likely to get a majority of the seats in the House of Commons. (Spoiler: they were right.)
The popularity of both the NDP’s Jagmeet Singh and the Bloc Québécois’ Yves-François Blanchet had been on the rise, and many Canadians were also watching to see if Elizabeth May and the Green Party could capitalize on the increased attention to climate change policy this campaign.
Here’s how Canada voted across the country: