Whether you're following Canada Votes 2015 online, listening live on CBC Radio One or watching live on CBC-TV and CBC News Network, we'll make sure you get the latest information wherever you are, when you need it.  

Canada Votes: Live results page 

On election day, follow CBC's online election coverage on our live results page.

Susan Bonner

The World At Six host Susan Bonner will co-host Radio One's live election coverage with Michael Enright, host of The Sunday Edition.

You can follow CBC's list of key battlegrounds and see what kind of influence they could have on the election — or create your own list to get live results from ridings that matter to you.

The live online results page will provide riding results, news, live chats and live video streams dedicated to each major party.  

Explore the live results page now to browse all the features and build a customized list of ridings you want to follow so you're ready to go on election night. 

 You can also stream CBC's live radio and TV election coverage on your computer, phone or tablet. 

CBC Radio One

Starting at 7 p.m. ET Monday, join hosts Susan Bonner and Michael Enright as they lead a team of CBC journalists offering the latest results from across the country. Listen to political analysis from CBC national affairs editor Chris Hall. 

CBC-TV and CBC News Network

Warm up for election night with a special edition of Power & Politics from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday on News Network and online in the video player on our live results page.  

Peter Mansbridge

Peter Mansbridge, chief correspondent of CBC News, will host Monday night's live election coverage on CBC-TV and CBC News Network, alongside Wendy Mesley, Rosemary Barton, Ian Hanomansing and Diana Swain. (CBC)

The Election Night Special, hosted by Peter Mansbridge, starts at 6:30 p.m. ET on News Network, CBC TV and online in the live results dashboard. Rosemary Barton, Ian Hanomansing, Diana Swain and Wendy Mesley will join him at CBC's election headquarters, broadcasting live from a custom-built set in the heart of the CBC building in Toronto, as reporters bring you coverage from across Canada.   

Rosemary Barton

Rosemary Barton will host a weekend edition of Power & Politics on Sunday at 10 a.m. ET and a pre-election special on Monday at 5 p.m. ET. (CBC)

Familiar faces from the At Issue panel — Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne and Bruce Anderson — will offer analysis throughout the night. 

Helpful tools 

Still not sure which party to vote for on Monday? Vote Compass compares your views on the issues to the positions of Canada's major political parties.

Not sure which riding you're in? We've got a map for that: