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How the federal byelections unfolded

Voters in three provinces cast ballots in four federal byelections, with Manitoba's hotly-contested Brandon-Souris race going down to the wire. Read a recap of our live blog.

Voters in three provinces went to the polls Monday in four federal byelections.

Byelections were called last month for the Montreal riding of Bourassa to replace former Liberal MP Denis Coderre, Toronto Centre to replace former interim Liberal Leader Bob Rae and two Manitoba ridings: and Brandon-Souris, vacated by Conservative MP Merv Tweed, and Provencher, which was vacated by former Public Safety minister Vic Toews.

Read a recap of our live blog below.

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