Ontario Votes 2018
You can listen to wall to wall election coverage on June 7th starting at 8:30 pm CLICK HERE
On election night 800 CJBQ is your home for up to the second results. We are live at 8:30 pm on June 7th, half an hour before the polls close, to let you know who your new MPP will be, and which party will form the next provincial government.
Jack Miller will host a panel of political experts to discuss the process, highlights and results.
Lorne Brooker and Ross McDougall will make up this panel.
With Quinte News reporters in the field.
2014 election results (CBC – Ontario Votes 2014)
Liberal Party – winner of 58 seats (38.65 % of votes)
Progressive Conservatives – winner of 28 seats (31.25 % of votes)
NDP – winner of 21 seats (23.75 % of votes)
Green Party – 0 seats (4.84 % of votes)
Population: 13,448,494 (According to Wikipedia 2016)
Boundary changes in the Quinte region
The Bay of Quinte riding is now aligning for 2018. It is the same as the federal riding, which includes all of Quinte West, all of Prince Edward County, and Belleville south of the 401. Quinte West used to be in the riding of Northumberland Quinte West, while Belleville and The County were in Prince Edward Hastings. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ON THE RIDING
Hastings Lennox and Addington is a geographically massive riding. It runs to the edge of Algonquin Park, to the 401, east to the Kingston border. Hastings used to be in the riding of Prince Edward Hastings, while Lennox and Addington was in the riding of Lanark-Frontenac Lennox & Addington. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ON THE RIDING
Northumberland Peterborough South is a combination of three different ridings. It includes Northumberland County, which was with Northumberland Quinte West, Peterborough South, which was part of Peterborough, and a portion of Clarington, which used to be with the Durham riding. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ON THE RIDING