Conservatives win all Saskatchewan ridings | Elections Canada 2021

Conservatives win all Saskatchewan ridings | Elections Canada 2021
Conservatives win all Saskatchewan ridings | Elections Canada 2021

Saskatchewan Voting Results:

  • Yorkton-Mellville: Cathay Wagantall (PCC) Real;
  • Moose Jaw-Lake Centre-Lanigan : Fraser Tolmie (PCC) élu;
  • Battlefords-Lloydminster : Rosemarie Falk (PCC) réélue;
  • Regina-Qu’Appelle: Andrew Scheer (PCC) re-elected;
  • Regina-Wascana: Michael Kram (PCC) Real;
  • Regina-Lewvan: Warren Steinley (PCC) Real;
  • Carlton-Eagle Creek Trail: Kelly Block (PCC) re-elected;
  • Souris-Moose Mountain: Robert Kitchen (PCC) Real;
  • Prince Albert: Randy Hoback (PCC) Real;
  • Desnethé-Missinippi-Churchill River: Gary Vidal (PCC) re-elected;
  • Saskatoon-Grasswood : Kevin Waugh (PCC) réélu;
  • Saskatoon-University: Corey Tochor (PCC) re-elected;
  • Saskatoon West: Brad Redekopp (PCC) re-elected;
  • Cypress Hills-Grasslands : Jeremy Patzer (PCC) réélu.

In addition, a new Saskatchewan elected official will enter the House of Commons. This is Fraser Tolmie, the former mayor of Moose Jaw, in the riding of Moose Jaw-Lake Center-Lanigan for the Conservatives.

On the Regina-Qu’Appelle side, Andrew Scheer, re-elected Conservative candidate and former party leader, said in his acceptance speech to his constituents that he would always be there to defend the province’s priorities against Justin’s policies. Trudeau.

By going door to door, I heard from voters not only that Justin Trudeau was ignoring Western Canada, but that he was attacking us. I am thinking here of the cancellation of pipelines, of the job losses in Evraz or of the fact that he ignored the drought that is affecting many farmers in the province., he launched against the elected prime minister.

Elected for the second time in Regina-Wascana, the conservative Michael Kram adds that this election was a large loss of $ 600 million since the results are the same as in 2019.

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A challenge for other parties

Even though the challenge was going to be difficult at the start of the campaign, candidates from other parties were hopeful of grabbing some seats from the Conservatives.

This was particularly the case for the Fransaskoise Estelle Hjertaas, who was running for the Liberal Party in the riding of Prince Albert.

Despite the defeat, she says she is proud of the work accomplished.

It’s disappointing, but it’s still a riding that has been Conservative for a very long time, so it’s not unexpected, she admits in an interview.

Same story with Tria Donaldson, candidate for the New Democratic Party in the riding of Regina-Lewvan.

The latter was defeated by incumbent Warren Steinley.

According to preliminary data, however, the New Democrat managed to get more votes than her predecessor in 2019.

I am very satisfied with our campaign, says Donaldson. Considering the fact that we were opposed to an incumbent member, I think we did a very good job. I am already excited for the next campaign.

Moose Jaw-Lake Center-Lanigan NDP candidate Talon Regent, meanwhile, is disappointed with his party’s results. However, he says he respects the choice of voters in his constituency.

It was a very short election, but at the same time a very long election. I hope that in the future the NPDNew Democratic Party will have better results. But at the same time we have a democracy and the voters have spoken, he explains.

The only election race that kept Saskatchewaners lightly was in the riding of Saskatoon West. It was there, shortly before midnight, that Conservative Brad Redekopp finally defeated his NDP opponent Robert Doucette, former president of the Métis Nation of Saskatchewan.

The preliminary results of this election also show that the People’s Party of Canada has gained popularity in the province compared to the 2019 ballot.

When the House of Commons was dissolved, all 14 ridings in Saskatchewan belonged to the Conservative Party of Canada.

With information from Katia St-Jean and Karel Houde-Hébert

 
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