By the end of the week, it will be clear that the Liberals have been defeated by a minority Conservative government.
They are expected to be returned with a minority government but the political fallout is far from over.
The Conservative Party has announced that the next prime minister will be the NDP leader.
If the Conservatives lose, the party will become the only major party in Canadian history to lose an election, losing in 18 out of the 19 elections since 1945.
At least one NDP MP is planning to resign and it appears that the party has some hope of forming a government, as many other parties have had difficulty holding on to seats.
The NDP have been criticized for their record of inaction on climate change and for being the only party in Canada to vote against the Keystone XL pipeline in its early stages, and for voting against the federal minimum wage in 2015.
The party also voted against the construction of a new highway in Quebec City, which is the heart of the city.
But despite the fact that they did not get a majority in the House of Commons, the NDP did manage to hold on to five seats in the Senate.
The NDP also received a boost from the fact they were able to gain control of the federal government in 2019.
However, they were defeated in the next election, where they received just 10% of the vote.
For the Conservatives, this is a major setback as the party had hoped to build a majority government, and could now potentially be re-elected.
However, if they lose, it could be a huge setback to the Conservatives as the majority is their only chance of returning power in the province of Ontario.
In an interview with the CBC, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau admitted that he has not yet received a mandate from Canadians for his government.
“I’ve been elected by Canadians.
I think I’ve done my best, I think we have a lot of work to do, but I don’t think I’m going to have a mandate, so it’s really a matter of balancing the interests of all Canadians,” he said.
While the NDP will likely retain the seats they held, the Conservatives could face the prospect of losing a majority again.
In an interview on CBC Radio’s The House with Peter Mansbridge, Conservative MP Mark Warawa said that the Conservatives will have to make some difficult choices in the coming weeks.
“[If] we lose the election, I’d have to say that we’re not going to be able to govern,” he told Mansbridge.
“But I’m not saying we’re going to win.
I’m just saying we have to do some tough decisions.”
On the subject of a government without a majority, Mr. Warawa, a former cabinet minister and member of the NDP caucus, said that he thinks that it’s possible that the government will be able “to find some common ground” on a minority basis.
If the Liberals lose, Mr Warawa is not expecting that the NDP would be able hold onto power.
“I think the NDP has a chance to have an impact on the Liberals,” he added.
“If you’re a Liberal you’ll have a different vision than a NDP.
But I think the Liberals, they’ve got a very good team, they’re going through the process, they have a plan and they’re looking at a lot more than just getting re-elected.”
However the Conservatives have faced criticism for not following through on the promise to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Even though they did manage get rid of the minority Liberal government in 2020, the Prime Minister did not sign the new minimum wage hike.
A spokesman for Mr. Trudeau said that while he was elected by voters in Ontario, he did not intend to enact the new $15 minimum wage.
Mr. Waraw said that it was up to Mr. Justin Trudeau to sign the bill and that he hoped that he could see his government’s new minimum wages become law.
As the election approaches, Mr Trump’s administration is looking to expand the Keystone pipeline and other controversial infrastructure projects.
While the project is controversial, many Canadians are against it.
The Harper government had promised to approve the project in 2021.