caucus meeting: On Monday, Liberal Jean Yip retained Scarborough-Agincourt, a riding that had been held by her husband, Arnold Chan, until his death from cancer in September, according to National Observer. She captured 49.4 per cent of the vote, followed by Conservative Dasong Zou who pulled in 40.5 per cent. I didn't expect that in two months I could turn the ship around, Singh said Wednesday after his party's weekly caucus meeting on Parliament Hill. Chang wound up with just 5.1 per cent, down almost three percentage points from the NDP's already poor showing in the riding during the 2015 general election. The NDP share of the vote similarly declined in the other three ridings where byelections were held Monday, as it did in two October byelections held about a month after Singh took the helm of the party. He scraped together fewer than 1,000 votes. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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