Wednesday, October 21, 2015

 

2015 CANADIAN ELECTION RESULTS-MONDAY OCTOBER 19,2015.

JEWISH KING JESUS IS COMING AT THE RAPTURE FOR US IN THE CLOUDS-DON'T MISS IT FOR THE WORLD.THE BIBLE TAKEN LITERALLY- WHEN THE PLAIN SENSE MAKES GOOD SENSE-SEEK NO OTHER SENSE-LEST YOU END UP IN NONSENSE.GET SAVED NOW- CALL ON JESUS TODAY.THE ONLY SAVIOR OF THE WHOLE EARTH - NO OTHER. 1 COR 15:23-JESUS THE FIRST FRUITS-CHRISTIANS RAPTURED TO JESUS-FIRST FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT-23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming.ROMANS 8:23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.(THE PRE-TRIB RAPTURE)

THE GODLESS LIBERALS IT LOOKS LIKE WILL HAVE A GIGANTIC MAJORITY TONIGHT 

26.4 MILLION ELIGABLE CANADIAN VOTERS TODAY-3.6 MILLION CANADIANS INCLUDING ME ADVANCE VOTED.LAST WEEKEND=23.2 MILLION VOTERS ARE TO VOTE TODAY OCT 19,15.THIS 78 DAY ELECTION CAMPAIGN IN CANADA IN 2015.WAS THE LONGEST SINCE 1872.

ELECTION CANADA
http://elections.ca/home.aspx
ELECTION CANADA ALMANAC
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/

2015 CANADA WIDE ELECTION RESULTS BY PROVINCE AND TOTAL SEATS.AND TIME ZONE VOTING.

THE 42ND FEDERAL CANADA ELECTION RESULTS

2015 TOTAL RIDINGS 338
2011 TOTAL RIDINGS 308

2015 - LIB 184
2011 - LIB 034
2015 - C 099
2011 - C 166
2015 - NDP 044
2011 - NDP 103
2015 - BQ 010
2011 - BQ 004
2015 - GP 001
2011 - GP 001
CONSERVATIVE LEADER STEPHAN HARPER HAS RESIGNED.

PARTIES

C=CONSERVATIVES
http://www.conservative.ca/team/
NDP=NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY
http://www.ndp.ca/team
LIB=LIBERALS
http://www.liberal.ca/candidates/
BQ=BLOC QUEBECOIS
http://www.blocquebecois.org/independance/15963-2/
GP=GREEN PARTY
http://www.greenparty.ca/en/candidates
VACANT=VACANT

RESULTS BY PROVINCE AND TIME ZONES-VOTING ORDER IN CANADA.WEST TO EAST.

1-NEWFOUNDLAND TIME ZONE
2015 NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR (07) LIB-7
2011 NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR (07) LIB-4, NDP-2, C-1
2-ATLANTIC TIME ZONE
2015 NOVA SCOTIA (11) LIB-11
2011 NOVA SCOTIA (11) C-4, LIB-4, NDP-3
2015 NEW BRUNSWICK (10) LIB-10
2011 NEW BRUNSWICK (10) C-8, NDP-1, LIB-1
3-EASTERN TIME ZONES
2015 PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (04) LIB-4
2011 PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (04) LIB-3, C-1
2015 QUEBEC (78) LIB-40, NDP-16, C-12,  BQ-10
2011 QUEBEC (75) NDP-59, LIB-7, C-5, BQ-4
2015 ONTARIO (121) LIB-80, C-33, NDP-08
2011 ONTARIO (106) C-73, NDP-22, LIB-11, VACANT-04
4-CENTRAL TIME ZONE
2015 MANITOBA (14) LIB-07, C-05, NDP-02
2011 MANITOBA (14) C-11, NDP-2, LIB-1
2015 SASKATCHEWAN (14) C-10, NDP-3, LIB-01
2011 SASKATCHEWAN (14) C-13, LIB-1
5-MOUNTAIN TIME ZONE
2015 ALBERTA (34) C-29, LIB-04, NDP-01
2011 ALBERTA (28) C-27, NDP-1
2015 NORTHWEST TERRITORIES (01) LIB-1
2011 NORTHWEST TERRITORIES (01) NDP-1
2015 NANAVUT (01) LIB-1
2011 NANUVUT (01) C-1
6-PACIFIC TIME ZONE
2015 BRITISH COLUMBIA (42) LIB-17, NDP-14, C-10, GP-1
2011 BRITISH COLUMBIA (36) C-21, NDP-12, LIB-2, GP-1
2015 YUKON (01) C-1
2011 YUKON (01) C-1

CANADIAN ELECTION 2015 INFORMATION
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada/
LISTS OF CANADIAN POLITICAL PARTIES
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=pol&dir=par&document=index&lang=e
1997-2011 ELECTION RESULTS
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=ele&dir=pas&document=index&lang=e

MAPS OF ALL 13 PROVINCES-338 RIDINGS IN CANADA.NATION WIDE
2015 ALBERTA (34) RIDINGS-01
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/alberta&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-01
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-alberta/
2015 BRITISH COLUMBIA (42) RIDINGS-02
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/bc&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-02
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-british-columbia/
2015 MANITOBA (14) RIDINGS-03
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/manitoba&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-03
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-manitoba/
2015 NEW BRUNSWICK (10) RIDINGS-04
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/nb&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-04
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-new-brunswick/
2015 NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR (07) RIDINGS-05
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/nl&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-05
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-newfoundland-labrador/
2015 NORTHWEST TERRITORIES (01) RIDINGS-06
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/nt&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-06
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-territories/
2015 NOVA SCOTIA (11) RIDINGS-07
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/ns&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-07
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-nova-scotia/
2015 NANAVUT (01) RIDINGS-08
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/nunavut&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-08
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-territories/
2015 ONTARIO (121) RIDINGS-09
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/ontario&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-09
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-ontario/
2015 PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (04) RIDINGS-10
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/pei&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-10
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-prince-edward-island/
2015 QUEBEC (78) RIDINGS-11
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/quebec&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-11
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-quebec/
2015 SASKATCHEWAN (14)RIDINGS-12
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/sask&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-12
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-saskatchewan/
2015 YUKON (01) RIDINGS-13
http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=cir/maps2/yukon&document=index&lang=e
2015 CANDIDATES BY RIDING-13
http://www.electionalmanac.com/ea/canada-ridings-candidates-territories/

PRETTY BOY GODLESS LIBERAL JUSTIN TRUDEAU WILL BE THE NEXT PRIME MINISTER OF CANADA WITH A BIG MAJORITY GOVERNMENT.LOOK OUT CANADA.WE WILL BE ANOTHER AMERICA LIKE UNDER SUNNI ARAB-MUSLIM OBAMA IN AMERICA.JUSTIN TRUDEAU SUCKS UP TO MUSLIMS-SODOMITES-WILL LEGALIZE MARAJUANA.AND WILL LEGALIZE PROSTITUTION.AS WELL AS HIS LOVE OF ABORTING GODS CREATED CHILDREN IN THE NAME OF WOMENS RIGHTS.SO WE SEE CANADA.WE WILL BE JUST ANOTHER LAME BRAIN IN THE DRANE GODLESS COUNTRY.NOW THAT WE LOST STEPHAN HARPER THE ISRAEL SUPPORTER.JUSTIN TRUDEAU WANTS JERUSALEM DIVIDED.AS THEY ARE FOR THE ARABS AND A TWO-STATE SOLUTION. 
Xavier Trudeau covers his eyes as Liberal leader Justin Trudeau watches the results with his wife Sophie Gregoire at a hotel in downtown Montreal on Monday.-Xavier Trudeau covers his eyes as Liberal leader Justin Trudeau watches the results with his wife Sophie Gregoire at a hotel in downtown Montreal on Monday.Paul Chiasson / Canadian Press

Canadian election 2015 goes to the Liberals as NDP crumbles back to third-party status-Tom Blackwell | October 19, 2015 10:59 PM ET-national post 

The Liberal Party steamrolled toward a stunning political comeback Monday night, picking up scores of seats across the country on the way to forming a new government and capping an historic and prolonged campaign.In the 2011 election, the Liberals collapsed to just 34 seats and third place in the House of Commons. But they had added more than 120 additional seats by late evening, taking from both NDP and Conservatives and riding a wave of resentment toward Tory Prime Minister Stephen Harper.— Canadian Press-As the first results started to arrive from British Columbia, all that remained to be seen is whether Justin Trudeau, son of one of Canada’s most legendary leaders, would be prime minister of a majority or minority government.The Liberals began by snapping up all 32 seats in Atlantic Canada, then stormed into Ontario, Quebec and the Prairies as the first two waves of results flooded in Monday.Both CBC and CTV television networks declared the Liberals the winners shortly after polls closed in the five provinces west of B.C. at 9:30, though whether it would be a minority or majority was to be determined on the West coast, its polls closing 30 minutes later.The NDP and the Conservatives both saw precipitous drops in their popular-vote total in the Atlantic region – first to report its returns. Leading lights of both parties lost their seats there, including the NDP’s Megan Leslie and Conservative cabinet ministers Bernard Valcourt and Gail Shea.The Conservatives won seats in all four Atlantic provinces last election, including most of New Brunswick’s ridings, and the New Democrats four.-Paul Chiasson / Canadian PressXavier Trudeau covers his eyes as Liberal leader Justin Trudeau watches the results with his wife Sophie Gregoire at a hotel in downtown Montreal on Monday.The “remarkably intense” antagonism many Canadians feel toward Prime Minister Harper seems to have coalesced into support for the Liberals, said NDP elder statesman Stephen Lewis.“It’s obvious from Atlantic Canada that a trend is underway,” he said. “It would be foolish to say otherwise.”Peter MacKay, who resigned as a Conservative MP and cabinet minister earlier this year, cautioned that success in the East does not necessarily translate into a similar sweep elsewhere, but conceded the early signs were not positive for his party.“This is not what we had hoped for at all,” MacKay told CBC TV. “Clearly there was a very clear resonance of this (idea of) change – change to what or change for what reason people can give all kinds of commentary.”Jason Kenney, the Conservative national defence minister, stressed that only a tenth of ridings have reported, and predicted that the Conservatives will have done much better by the time the night is over. But he said what has happened so far is the inevitable result of a party being in power for a decade, he said.“After 10 years in office, there’s obviously going to be an accumulation of resentments over various issues,” he told CTV. “And that’s obviously what we’re seeing in Atlantic Canada.”The Liberals dominated Newfoundland in 2011 but won just a scattering of ridings in in the other Atlantic provinces.The 78-day election set precedents on numerous counts: the longest race since 1872, the first mandated by a fixed-election-date law, and the launch pad for controversial new voter-ID rules.But the real surprises emerged as the campaign itself unfolded.The Conservatives under Stephen Harper began a close second behind a buoyant New Democratic Party in most polls, though pundits predicted the elongated campaign could play into the hands of the Tories and their overflowing war chest.The Liberals were in third, Trudeau apparently having peaked months earlier and succumbed to the perception that he was too green and intellectually light-weight to be prime minister.Then began a deluge of disparate issues and stories – from immigration to the economy and free trade – that sent the campaign skittering off in a myriad directions.Perhaps the earliest sign that those first expectations would have to be revised came with the first leaders’ debate, where no one scored an obvious win but Trudeau drew plaudits for a solid performance.As the Senate-expenses trial of Mike Duffy played out, Conservative fortunes seemed to flatten and the Liberals began slowly picking up steam. By early September, a succession of polls showed the three parties in a statistical dead heat, none ahead by more than the margin of error.Then came the first real disruptive event of the campaign, the Quebec-centred debate on the Conservatives’ determination to prevent women from wearing face-covering Niqabs at citizenship swearing-in ceremonies.NDP Leader Tom Mulcair came out strongly against the policy, a position that went over poorly in Quebec, the province whose orange-wave of New Democrat victories in 2011 raised the party to a historic high in Parliament.As the NDP’s support dropped in Quebec, the Liberals picked up support in the polls, apparently because voters determined to oust Harper and the Tories saw Trudeau’s team as the best bet to win.The Conservatives doubled down on the Niqab file, announcing a hotline to collect reports of “barbaric cultural practices.” But it failed to pay dividends and, coupled with a tepid response to the Syrian refugee crisis, left an impression the Tories were anti-immigration. Polls suggested Conservative support had flat-lined, as the Liberals moved into the lead and steadily increased the gap.Further muddying the waters was the announcement of an agreement in the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks, a trade deal among 12 countries that the Conservatives touted as potential Viagra for the economy, but the NDP said was a sell-out that would decimate Ontario’s automobile industry.Woven throughout the campaign was a plebiscite on Harper himself. Opponents depicted him as anti-democratic, overly hawkish and pandering to intolerant viewpoints, supporters as a reliable, stable navigator of the ship of state. 

ADVANCE POLLS IN CANADA NEWS AND 2015 ELECTION NEWS
http://israndjer.blogspot.ca/2015/10/voter-turnout-in-canada-was-at-69.html 
http://israndjer.blogspot.ca/2015/10/maps-of-2015-election-ridings-of-all.html 
http://israndjer.blogspot.ca/2015/10/in-canada-we-vote-oct-1915-but-i-am.html
http://israndjer.blogspot.ca/2015/10/day-78-of-78-sun-oct-1815-on-canadian.html 
http://israndjer.blogspot.ca/2015/10/day-77-of-78-sat-oct-1715-on-canadian.html 
http://israndjer.blogspot.ca/2015/10/day-76-of-78-on-canadian-election.html 
http://israndjer.blogspot.ca/2015/10/godless-trudeau-wants-majority-in.html 
http://israndjer.blogspot.ca/2015/10/citizens-in-canada-come-by-thousands-to.html 
http://israndjer.blogspot.ca/2015/10/850000-canadians-advance-voted-in-day.html 



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