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Canada's 44th General Election

On September 20, 2021, Canadians will head to the polls for the country's 44th General Election. The snap election triggered by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on August 15 provides an opportunity for the leading Liberal Party to secure a majority in the House of Commons and a chance for opposition parties to expand their presence in the government. Our experts, fellows, and staff at the Canada Institute will be providing insights and analyses of the major issues affecting the Canadian Election throughout the 37 days leading up to Election Day.

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Election Results Map from Nanos Research

Looking for a deeper dive into results from the past two election cycles? Nanos Research, headed by Global Fellow Nik Nanos, has built an interactive map that allows users to explore results from the 2015 and 2019 General Elections by province and constituency.

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