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How to follow the federal election results

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Voters cast ballots at an advance polling station, at the Noor Cultural Centre, in Toronto, on Sept. 10. (Evan Mitsui/CBC - image credit)
Voters cast ballots at an advance polling station, at the Noor Cultural Centre, in Toronto, on Sept. 10. (Evan Mitsui/CBC - image credit)

Canadians are heading to the polls and CBC News will have full coverage of the federal election on all platforms so you can follow every development.

CBC News will have comprehensive coverage with real-time results, big election night news and analysis about how the vote is unfolding. Here's how to follow along:

Online

You'll be able to track every election result — from the national picture to who's winning in your local riding — on our live federal results page.

Our digital reporters will keep you up to speed on key stories and reaction from across the country throughout the day and late into the evening. You'll be able to stream the CBC News election special at the same time.

Find all that at CBCNews.ca.

On TV

The Canada Votes 2021: Election Night special starts at 6:30 p.m. ET Monday, led by chief political correspondent Rosemary Barton.

She'll be joined by our Ian Hanomansing, Adrienne Arsenault, Andrew Chang and David Cochrane to break down results riding by riding and chart the path to the Prime Minister's Office, along with analysis from our political insiders.

The special will also check in with correspondents across the country, with on-the-ground reaction at party headquarters and in key candidate ridings.

After that, hosts Ginella Massa and David Common will focus on voters' reactions in Canada Votes 2021: Voter Voices, and Heather Hiscox kicks off the next day's analysis and updates at 5 a.m. ET Tuesday with Canada Votes 2021: Morning Live.

Here's where to watch:

CBC TV.

CBC News Network.

CBC Gem, including an ASL stream.

CBCNews.ca, including an ASL stream.

CBC News App on iOS and Android.

CBC News YouTube page.

C-SPAN for U.S. cable viewers.

Common will also be hosting a special election night primer edition of Power & Politics from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. PT. As the clock ticks down to polls closing, CBC News reporters will update you on how the campaigns played out across the country over the last 36 days and bring you to the various party headquarters. The show will break down what the outcome could mean for every province and you can expect to hear from former ministers, party insiders and war room veterans alike.

On radio

CBC Radio's special election coverage will be hosted by the World at Six's Susan Bonner, Sunday Magazine's Piya Chattopadhyay and The House's Chris Hall.

They will be joined by other CBC journalists and guests to deliver results, insights and analysis as the night unfolds.

The radio special begins at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT on Radio One and the CBC Listen App. B.C., Yukon and N.W.T. will join at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.

CBC Radio One.

CBC Listen app on iOS and Android.

Streaming online.

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