After the five weeks of polling – it looks like it’s all the same.
The preliminary results are flowing in from east to west with the polls closing on the pacific side at 10 ET.
In the Atlantic provinces, and according to CBC, it is all stay the same. And this is the problem – why call the election only for it to be the same? I could be wrong – but Canadians had the chance to rid themselves of Stephen Harper – for whom many thought he was a controlling factor and way too close to George Bush and the Bush policies.
Now that the polls are open up to blogging So far in Atlantic Canada the numbers are 17, Lib, 10 Con, 5 NDP.
Newfoundland has had an effect with Danny Williams “anyone but not the Conservatives’ The Conservative numbers are down.