Saskatchewan

How to follow CBC Saskatchewan election coverage on Oct. 26

Saskatchewan heads to the polls on Oct. 26 and CBC is your home for election coverage.

How to watch, listen and follow online election coverage

An Elections Saskatchewan sign points to a polling station in Regina for the 2020 Saskatchewan election. (Matthew Howard/CBC)

Saskatchewan heads to the polls on Oct. 26 and CBC is your home for election coverage.

How to follow results on Saskatchewan election night

The live program, which will be hosted by CBC's Sam Maciag, will begin at 7:30 p.m. CST.

The political panel providing analysis Monday night includes CBC political reporter Adam Hunter, CBC Radio's The Morning Edition host Stefani Langenegger, CBC's polls analyst Éric Grenier, Postmedia's Murray Mandryk and Vanier Scholar Merelda Fiddler.

CBC reporters Bonnie Allen and Kendall Latimer will be live at Saskatchewan Party and Saskatchewan NDP headquarters in Saskatoon.

The program will also hear from The Contributors — a panel of community leaders — which includes Jaris SwidrovichAdrienne Ivey and Juliet Bushi.

Watch online: Live streaming online at CBC Saskatchewan and CBC Saskatoon websites, CBC Gem, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Follow our live results page here.

Watch on TV: Live on CBC Television (check your TV service provider for channel). The program will be available on CBC News Network beginning at 8 p.m. CST. Want to stream CBC Gem to your TV? Read more here.

Listen: Live on CBC Radio One (540 AM; 102.5 FM in Regina; 94.1 FM in Saskatoon) or listen online at 8 p.m. CST.

Follow and join the conversation by using #skvotes.

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