How to watch the Quebec election results

On Oct. 1, get up-to-the minute updates with CBC Montreal across all platforms.

On Oct. 1, get up-to-the minute updates with CBC Montreal across all platforms

Party leaders Jean-François Lisée (PQ), Philippe Couillard (Liberal), François Legault (CAQ) and Québec Solidaire co-spokesperson Manon Massé. (CBC)

CBC Montreal has got you covered for election day in Quebec on all platforms.

Watch the results on TV

Our election-night coverage will begin on CBC Television as soon as the polls close at 8 p.m.

Hosts Debra Arbec, Nancy Wood and Sean Henry, and CBC's poll analyst Éric Grenier will keep you informed of the latest developments and provide analysis.

Livestream the results

CBC's special will be livestreamed on CBC Montreal's Facebook page

The live stream will also be available on Facebook on CBC Ottawa and CBC Quebec.

Get instant updates and analysis online

You'll also find breaking news and analysis on our website.

Go to CBC.ca/Montreal to see our interactive which will track the results of all 125 ridings in real time, allowing you to stay on top of the minute-by-minute results in your own riding.

You will also find our live blog, starting at 5 p.m., with all the real-time news and analysis you'll need.  

You can also follow the results on CBC Montreal's Instagram page.

Listen to the results on CBC Radio

Our live election special, with Mike Finnerty, Susan Campbell, Bernard St-Laurent and Joanne Bayly, starts on CBC Radio One at 8 p.m. Tune in online at cbc.ca/montreal or at 88.5 FM.

CBC will have reporters at the headquarters of all the main parties and covering key battleground regions.

Join the conversation!

We'd love to hear from you as the results roll out on election night.

The best places to join the conversation is on CBC Montreal's Facebook page and on Instagram