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Ontario election: Get full coverage & watch live results

Last Updated Jun 7, 2018 at 1:06 pm EDT

Ontario Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne, Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford and Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath. THE CANADIAN PRESS

It’s Ontario election day and we have everything you need to know as you head to the polls to elect a new premier.

From the big ridings, to the road, to the Premier’s office, our CityVote special starts right when polls close at 9 p.m. on CityNews.ca/CityVote, live streaming on CityNews.ca, Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. On CityNews.ca, you’ll find a live results map that updates riding-by-riding in real time.

The latest poll results show the Progressive Conservatives and the New Democrats are in a virtual tie. Kathleen Wynne conceded in the final week of the election campaign after 15 years of Liberal power.

We will bring you live results and reaction, including analysis from 680 NEWS political specialist John Stall.

It could be a stressful night, so we’ll make it a little sweeter for you with cupcakes. We’ll be icing 124 cupcakes in party colours as seats are won, and you can watch the live-stream of it on CityNews.ca/CityVote.

At 10 p.m., CityNews will be live from all the candidates’ election night parties and from key ridings on, what is sure to be, a historic night.

But the election doesn’t stop in the Toronto. CityNews will have look at hot ridings in the GTA and beyond, including Ottawa Centre, Simcoe North, Ajax and Oshawa.

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