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Federal Election 2019: Ridings To Watch

This summer, the HuffPost Canada politics team spread out across the country to take a look at some of the ridings that could make a real difference in the outcome of this year’s campaign. This federal election edition of HuffPost Reports is an ongoing series that looks at the people and politicians in those communities and the role they might play as Canadians head to the polls.

Ontario Riding That Predicts Voting Trends Seized By Opioid Crisis
Maryam Monsef faces Conservative challenger Mike Skinner in a riding to watch.

By Althia Raj
In Burnaby North-Seymour, At Ground Zero Of Trans Mountain, Pipeline Politics Are Personal
Former NDP MP Svend Robinson is looking to take down Liberal incumbent Terry Beech.

By Althia Raj
In Victoria, Climate Change Is At The Heart Of An Intriguing, 3-Way Race
Green Party candidate Racelle Kooy hopes to scoop up another B.C. seat from the NDP.

By Althia Raj
In Kings–Hants, Scott Brison’s Exit Opens The Playing Field In Rural Nova Scotia
Issues that exist on a national level, such as affordability, connectivity, and health care are magnified here.

By Zi-Ann Lum
In Beauce, Maxime Bernier Risks Losing It All In His Toughest Fight Yet
His Conservative challenger Richard Lehoux is a former dairy farmer and mayor.

By Althia Raj
In St. John’s East, Mudslinging And 'Foolishness' Take A Backseat To Issues
“When you sling mud, you lose ground.”

By Zi-Ann Lum
In This Northern Manitoba Riding, Some Indigenous Voters Feel Forgotten
Veteran NDP MP Niki Ashton is being challenged by two Indigenous women candidates.

By Ryan Maloney
This Liberal Aims To Prove His Unlikely Win In B.C. Riding Was No Fluke
Conservatives are trying to win back what was once a centre-right fortress.

By Althia Raj
Jody Wilson-Raybould On Cusp Of Taking Seat From Party That Ejected Her
The independent faces a tight race on all sides to keep her seat in the heart of Vancouver.

By Melanie Woods
Vote Splits May Factor In Calgary Riding As Liberal Tries To Hold On
Diversity of Alberta riding makes winner hard to predict.

By Althia Raj

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