New Democratic Party Jeanne-Le Ber--Tyrone Benskin, defeated Thierry St-Cyr (BQ).
Glum faces at Bloc headquarters. Gilles Duceppe is trailing in his riding to an unknown NDP candidate. He won by 15,000 votes last federal election.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has been re-elected in his Calgary riding.
It was no contest as Harper easily cruised to an overwhelming victory in the riding of Calgary Southwest. He's held the riding since returning to politics in 2002 as leader of the Canadian Alliance. He also held a seat in that part of the city between 1993 and 1997 when he was elected as an M-P with the Reform Party.
Stephen Harper's Conservatives are now in majority territory.
They're elected or leading in 161 seats--they need to be elected in 155 to get the majority they've been pushing for all campaign. Meanwhile, the NDP are on the cusp of a historic breakthrough. They've been declared the official opposition with results showing them elected or leading in 104 ridings.
The Liberals however are being pummelled at the polls. They're currently elected or leading in 33 ridings and leader Michael Ignatieff is second in his Toronto riding.
Conservative Party Brampton-Springdale--Parm Gill, defeated Ruby Dhalla (LIB).