Global News has declared that Michelle Rempel Garner has won Calgary Nose Hill for a third term.
On Monday evening, Rempel said she is looking at the election results from the perspective of her constituents.
“I think people across Canada want stability and they want people to come together who are in positions of leadership to find a way out of the pandemic, as well as to chart a path through recovery,” Rempel told Global News.
“It is time for parliament to get back to work on these very important issues.”
Rempel called on Justin Trudeau to redouble efforts on pandemic recovery, adding that’s “not a hallmark of this prime minister.”
“(Canadians) want to see unity and, rather than divisive language or further acrimony, what we need to see is actual leadership so Canadians can see a clear path forward.”
The riding of Calgary Nose Hill is located in the northern region of Calgary.
The riding was formally known as Calgary Centre-North before undergoing a redistribution in 2012.
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel was first elected in 2011 and has held the seat since. In the most recent election, Rempel won the seat in a landslide with almost 70 per cent of the vote.
As of 2016, the riding’s population was 115,795.
Conservative: Michelle Rempel Garner (incumbent)
Liberal: Jessica Dale-Walker
NDP: Khalis Ahmed
People’s Party: Kyle Scott
Greens: Judson Hansell
Rhinoceros Party: Vanessa Wang
Marxist-Leninist Party: Peggy Askin
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