Advertisement
Politics

ARCHIVED: Watch the 2019 Alberta election live

WATCH ABOVE: Alberta Premier-designate Jason Kenney arrives at the UCP headquarters in a pickup truck.

Albertans have spoken. Jason Kenney and the United Conservative Party have won a majority government.

The polls opened at 9 a.m. Tuesday and closed at 8 p.m. A few polling stations across Alberta remained open past 8 p.m., though, because they opened late in the morning.

READ MORE: Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party wins majority government

Global News has up-to-the-minute, real-time analysis as votes are counted and live coverage in both the video player above and the live blog below.

Live, province-wide coverage began online, on TV, radio and YouTube at 7 p.m. MT.

READ MORE: Live Alberta election results: Riding-by-riding vote map

Our interactive map allows you to explore all of Alberta’s ridings — or just yours — and find real-time results as votes are counted across the province.

Story continues below advertisement

Watch below: Full video coverage of the Alberta election 

Global News Redesign Global News Redesign
A fresh new look for Global News is here, tell us what you think
Take a Survey

Sponsored Stories