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Polls now closed in Canada’s 2019 federal election

Which party will be chosen to form the next government?

It’s 7 p.m. and polls have now closed in Canada’s 2019 general election.

The main parties vying for the 338 seats in the House of Commons are Justin Trudeau’s Liberals, Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives, Jagmeet Singh’s New Democrats and Elizabeth May’s Greens. The People’s Party of Canada, under former high-profile Tory Maxime Bernier, is running for the first time.

Elections Canada began a live feed of nationwide results at 7 p.m. ET.

Enter your riding on the Elections Canada website (elections.ca) to see how each candidate is faring.

Peace Arch News’ circulation area includes three federal ridings – South Surrey-White Rock, Surrey-Newton and Cloverdale-Langley City. Five candidates, representing the Conservative, Green, Liberal, NDP and People’s Party of Canada, are running in each riding.

Check out our website and Facebook page for full coverage of the results.

Candidates in South Surrey-White Rock are:

Stephen Crozier (NDP)

Kerry-Lynne Findlay (Conservative)

Beverly (Pixie) Hobby (Green)

Gordie Hogg (Liberal)

Joel Poulin (People’s Party of Canada)

Candidates in Surrey-Newton are:

Sukh Dhaliwal (Liberal)

Harjit Singh Gill (NDP)

Rabaab Khera (Green)

Harpreet Singh (Conservative)

Holly Verchere (People’s Party of Canada)

Candidates in Cloverdale-Langley City are:

John Aldag (Liberal)

Rae Banwarie (NDP)

Tamara Jansen (Conservative)

Ian Kennedy (People’s Party of Canada)

Caelum Nutbrown (Green)

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