The official results from the 2019 federal election are now available on Elections Canada’s web site!
You can explore the results by party, electoral district or province and territory. Take a look at the map of the official results here.
Did you know?
- 65.95% of registered Canadians voted in the 2019 federal election. That’s 17,890,264 electors. This was down slightly from 2015.
- Approximately 300,000 people worked at the polls across Canada. That’s double the population of Prince Edward Island!
- Three recounts were requested after the 2019 election: one in British Columbia and two in Quebec.
- There has never been a tie in a federal election.
Post-Election Ideas for your Class
We have prepared two activities that can be used in the weeks after the federal election. They are designed to help your students reflect on the importance of elections in our democracy and how elections connect to Parliament. The two activities can be used independently or in sequence. You may also want to simply have a discussion by looking at the Student Vote Canada 2019 results.