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GenerationW

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Looks like it might be a majority as well -- we'll see.

NDP will finish second.

Stunningly, the BQ is sitting at 4 seats at this point.
 

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Ruth Allen Brousseau is winning her riding so far. She's the NDPer that just got back from Vegas.

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BTW, apparently her French isn't very good, but the riding is hardcore francophone. Not surprisingly, she didn't attend any of the local candidate debates.

Oh, and Ignatieff and Duceppe are both trailing in their respective ridings.
 

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Lots of vote splitting going on.

The Cons are now listed at 155, with the NDP well above 100. We'll see if the numbers hold for the Cons.

But the best out of all of this, is the BQ sitting at 3 seats. 3. THREE.
 

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sad day in history for me ...
the PCP is not the Conservative Party of the past but an amalgamation with the Reform party and it's respective morals
 

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Enough already. Nobody ran on morality and nobody is voting on it either. At the very least we know that Harper is smart enough to not go down that road. It would be political suicide and he hasn't struggled this long to throw himself on the sword of morality.
 
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Toronto has been painted blue!!!! :( First it was Ford now this!
 

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Gerard Kennedy - Gone
Michael Ignatieff - Losing
Ralph Goodale - Winning
Gilles Duceppe - Losing

Liberals at less than 20% of the popular vote so far.
 

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It's interesting to see that not only almost the entire 905 is blue, but a lot of the north central area of Toronto is also blue.

My Scarborough Southwest seems to be going NDP, which isn't a big surprise given the bazillion Dan Harris signs everywhere. All the centre south areas of the 416 went either NDP or Liberal.

One quote from Peter Mansbridge was rather telling: He said the Green Party could have 1/4 of the seats of the Bloc. And right now, it could be 50% of the Bloc. As such, Duceppe just announced he's stepping down... while throwing in yet another dig about making Quebec an independent country.
 
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