"Conservative Leader Stephen Harper was headed to Parliament Hill as Canada's next Prime Minister after capturing a fragile minority victory in Monday's election, picking up votes in Quebec and making inroads in Ontario but failing to scale the heights early polls had predicted"
By late in the night, the Conservatives were leading or elected in 124 seats, to the Liberals' 103. The Bloc Québécois were leading or elected in 51 and the NDP in 29.
In Alberta — the Conservatives' stronghold — the party was elected in every seat. The Liberals' lone Alberta candidate Anne McLellan, who had served as deputy Prime Minister in Mr. Martin's cabinet, lost to Conservative Laurie Hawn in Edmonton-Centre."
It's over. More soon.