2015 federal election: How did your Northern neighbours vote?

The Liberals made a clean sweep of the North in the 2015 federal election. Where were they strongest? Navigate our interactive map to see results broken down by polling division.

CBC News mapped electoral results for each polling division

Navigate the interactive map to see how your neighbours voted in the 2015 federal election. Click for polling division results.

Voters in N.W.T. and Yukon painted the map red in the fall federal election, with all of Yukon's and nearly all of N.W.T.'s polling divisions being won by the Liberal Party.

Yukon's Liberal candidate Larry Bagnell led a clean sweep of every polling division in his territory, with the Conservatives' Ryan Leef and NDP's Melissa Atkinson trailing.

The few exceptions to N.W.T.'s Michael McLeod's sweep were a handful of polling divisions where the NDP led. These were in Fort Smith, N.W.T., the hometown of candidate Dennis Bevington, and in parts of Yellowknife's downtown and the Old Town neighbourhood.

In Inuvik, hometown of candidate Floyd Roland, the Conservatives finished third.

Though most of Nunavut's polling divisions also went to the Liberals, ensuring victory for candidate Hunter Tootoo, there were pockets of support for the NDP and Conservatives.

The Conservatives led in Coral Harbour, Kimmirut, Arctic Bay, Qikiqtarjuaq and candidate Leona Aglukkaq's hometown of Gjoa Haven, while the NDP led in Kugaaruk, Pangnirtung, Sanikiluaq, Igloolik and Naujaat, the hometown of Nunavut's NDP candidate, Jack Anawak.

With files from Jacques Marcoux


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