Canada election result: Regina Qu’Appelle

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Andrew Scheer is projected to win his seat in Regina –Qu’Appelle.

Regina Qu’Appelle is a split urban/rural riding that includes northeast Regina, Wolseley, Wynard and the southern side of the Quill Lakes.

It also includes the Qu’Appelle valley region on the east side of Highway 6 and the communities Balcarres, Indian Head and Raymore, among others.

Approximately 21 per cent of the riding’s population identify as Indigenous, and Cree and Ojibway are the most commonly spoken Indigenous languages.

The riding has been a Tory stronghold since the modern Conservative Party of Canada era.

Former Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer has held the riding since 2004.

Prior to that, the riding had elected an NDP candidate in the previous four elections.

Conservative: Andrew Scheer (incumbent)

Green Party: Naomi Hunter

Liberal: Cecilia Melanson

NDP: Annaliese Bos

People’s Party of Canada: Andrew Yubeta

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