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Canada Election Maps (2)


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The current Canadian election campaign has been a bit of a lacklustre affair to date. With the race between the two leading parties - the Liberals and the Conservatives - being so close, it is surprising that the election hasn’t been anymore hotly contested. The Globe and Mail has a very bluish jpeg map that highlights 60 electoral ridings across the country that had very close finishes in the last election - less than 5% of the vote separated the winners from the nearest rivals.

For other Canadian election-related maps, see the earlier posting Canada Election Maps.


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