The CBC Determination Desk tasks that Liberal Charles Sousa will win the federal byelection in Mississauga Lakeshore on Monday night.
Sousa was main Conservative candidate Ron Chhinzer on Monday within the coveted Larger Toronto Space using by greater than 600 votes at 10:45 p.m.
Sousa was Ontario’s finance minister beneath former premier Kathleen Wynne. He misplaced his seat within the 2018 provincial election that noticed the Liberals fall from the governing occasion to at least one with out official standing within the legislature.
Chhinzer is a gang prevention professional and member of the Peel Regional Police Service serving in Mississauga.
There have been 40 candidates within the byelection, with the overwhelming majority working as Independents.
The vote was introduced after Sven Spengemann, the previous Liberal MP, introduced earlier this yr that he would resign to pursue a brand new job on the United Nations.
Polling stations in Mississauga have been open from 8:30 a.m. till 8:30 p.m. on Monday.
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