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The incumbent Conservative candidates in Edmonton Manning, Edmonton Griesbach and St. Albert-Edmonton held on to their seats in Monday's federal election.
It was a bittersweet night for Edmonton Conservatives who managed to pull two local upset wins over Liberal incumbents but had their enthusiasm tempered by a national minority win for Justin Trudeau's party.
The movement was borne from frustrated oil and gas workers in Alberta who have largely felt ignored by the Liberal government.
The NDP has retained its seat in Edmonton Strathcona, making it the only non-Conservative seat in Alberta.
Conservative candidate James Cumming was declared winner over Liberal incumbent Randy Boissonnault in Edmonton Centre with 43.5 per cent of the vote.
After a narrow defeat in 2015, Conservative candidate Tim Uppal came out on top in Edmonton Mill Woods over incumbent Amarjeet Sohi.
Canadian elementary and secondary school students may not be old enough to vote, but they did have their say Monday.
A political divide between the federal government and Conservative-held provinces has breathed new life into the western separatist movement, according to experts.
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