As Ontario voters prepare to cast their ballots across the province, viewers can turn to CP24, Toronto’s most-watched specialty channel, for a full day of live Ontario provincial election coverage on Thursday, June 7.
CP24 delivers comprehensive election coverage all day leading up to a live primetime election special at 7 p.m. ET, continuing until the polls close and a winner is declared. Viewers can follow all the election updates on CP24, CP24.com, and the CP24 GO app, and access live, up-to-the-minute results on CP24.com.
CP24’s provincial election coverage provides insight into all three major political parties, with CP24’s Karman Wong reporting from Kathleen Wynne’s Liberal Party headquarters, Courtney Heels reporting from Doug Ford’s PC Party headquarters, and Cristina Tenaglia from Andrea Horwath’s NDP headquarters. CP24’s trusted team of reporters provides additional coverage, delivering frequent updates from ridings across the GTA.
Hosted by co-anchors Nick Dixon and Stephanie Smyth, CP24’s live primetime special features reports on overall voting trends from CP24’s Nathan Downer and comprehensive reaction and analysis from an expert political panel featuring Toronto Sun Editor-in-Chief Adrienne Batra, Toronto’s Ward 42 councillor Neethan Shan, and former Toronto Centre MPP and former Deputy Premier George Smitherman.
“Our news team has covered this race extensively, and is the go-to source for Toronto voters for all breaking news surrounding this significant election campaign,” said Joanne MacDonald, Vice-President, CTV News and General Manager, CP24. “We are well-prepared to deliver the most comprehensive news, analysis, and results throughout election day.”
Recently honoured with the RTDNA’s 2018 Charlie Edwards Award for Breaking News, CP24 is Toronto’s most-watched specialty channel and the home of CP24 BREAKFAST, the city’s most-watched local news morning program.