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Federal election 2015: Find your riding, your local candidates and their voting history

On October 19, Canadians vote in the 2015 Federal Election. Find your riding and learn more about the candidates, voting history and how it was affected at redistribution.
On October 19, Canadians vote in the 2015 Federal Election. Find your riding and learn more about the candidates, voting history and how it was affected at redistribution. Chris Young/The Canadian Press

On October 19, Canadians from coast-to-coast head to the polls in the 2015 Federal Election. Find your riding and learn more about the candidates, voting history and how it was affected at redistribution.

Here’s how you can find your riding:

If you know your riding:

  • Click on the province and find your riding in the list. Click on the link to get full results on election day.

If you don’t know your riding:

  • Enter the first three digits of your postal code in the tool below and click ‘find your riding.’
  • OR enter your full address in the tool below and click ‘find your riding.’
  • Click on the riding name to get full results on election day.

Jump to your region:

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