Liberal sweep across Toronto

The Liberals painted the town red last Monday night in the 2015 federal election. Justin Trudeau is the new Prime Minister of Canada, leading the Liberal party to their first victory since 2004. “Canadians from all across this great country sent a clear message tonight,” Trudeau said immediately after his win. He credited the Liberal victory […]

NDP loses seat to former top cop in Scarborough Southwest riding

The NDP says they will do their part to make the transition to a Liberal government in Scarborough Southwest as smooth as possible. The NDP’s Dan Harris served as MP for Scarborough Southwest for the past four years. He was the first non-Liberal MP elected since 1984. Harris lost his seat to the Liberals in a landslide victory taken by former Toronto police chief Bill Blair in Monday’s election

Zahid takes Scarborough Centre for Liberals

Salma Zahid, the new Liberal MP for Scarborough Centre, stood before a crowd of supporters Monday night to announce her victory. “We have taken it back from the Harper,” said Zahid, a first-time campaigner for federal election. She beat Roxanne James, the incumbent Conservative, by collecting 51.1 per cent of the vote. James garnered 30.9 […]

Liberal Caesar-Chavannes scores narrow victory in Whitby

Liberal Celina Caesar-Chavannes was elected MP for Whitby in a tight race with incumbent Conservative Patricia Perkins. When the results came in shortly after the polls closed at 9:30 pm Monday, Caesar-Chavannes had earned 27,827 votes (44.7 per cent), compared to Perkins with 26,306 votes. New Democratic candidate Ryan Kelly collected 6,453 votes and Green […]

Freeland victorious for Liberals in University-Rosedale

An intimate, jovial crowd rallied at the Gardiner Museum late Monday to celebrate Chrystia Freeland’s election as Liberal MP for University-Rosedale. “We should be excited tonight,” Freeland said. “It’s the end of the Harper decade.” Freeland, former MP for Toronto-Centre, had decided to seek election in the newly-created riding. In what many anticipated to be […]