Where to watch the election results in Toronto tonight

Oct 21 2019, 7:35 pm

It’s October 21. Which means that after you go out and vote in your riding, there’s a solid chance you’re going to want to watch the election results.

But if you’re a part of the masses that are living without cable television, and you prefer to either celebrate — or commiserate — with a crowd, you may prefer to head to an election viewing party rather than stream the results at home.

And if that’s the case, these are the Toronto spots that will be screening the election results across the city tonight:

Glad Day Bookshop

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Watch the Federal Election results come in at Glad Day Bookshop While nobody can predict the results, this spot offers a space to come together and share all of the feelings.

Where: 499 Church Street
When: 9 pm

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The Beaver

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The Beaver, we’ll be screening the election results with $1 off Wellington Pints. Starting at 8 pm, you can count on good vibes flowing as you band together with pals to watch the fate of the nation be sealed.

Where: 1192 Queen Street West
When: 8 pm

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Firkin on Bay Street

University of Toronto Canadian Politics Society

U of T’s CanPol Society will be hosting a non-partisan viewing party with food and drinks at the near-to-campus Firkin Bub, ideal for all students to come and watch the results. This event will not be 19+, so first-years, you’re welcome too. Light food will be provided and drinks will be available for purchase by those over 19. The venue is accessible to folks using wheelchairs or mobility devices, and if you have accommodation requests, you can reach out to [email protected].

Where: 1075 Bay Street
When: 7 pm

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Gladstone Hotel

First Past the Post: Election Viewing Party!

The Gladstone Hotel invites you to “say no to ugly Twitter politics by joining your neighbours in-person in the Melody Bar on October 21,” where there will be live coverage on the big screen all night long. Plus, the hotel is offering a chance to cast an additional vote with your cocktail choice. These are your options:

  • Mojito May-hem, $10, is “a local and sustainable take on the classic mojito.⁠”
  • Singh Sling (Screwdriver), $6,  is “affordable and accessible for all!”
  • The Tru-Do’h(!) (Gin, chocchi Rosa, lime juice, grenadin, blueberry tea, soda), $13, is “a sophisticated and well-bred cocktail.⁠”
  • The Scheer-Chaos (Vodka, blue stuff, lime juice shaken with ginger beer), $12, has “no tax added for high income earners.”

Where: 1214 Queen Street West
When: 6 pm

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Watershed Partners

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Refreshments will be provided at this non-partisan viewing party at 65 Queen Street West. Space is limited, so be sure to register in order to save your seat.

Where: 65 Queen Street West #1900
When: 7 pm

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