How to watch CBC's Toronto-St. Paul's byelection coverage

Voters will head to the polls on June 24 for a byelection in Toronto-St. Paul's. (Peter Power/The Canadian Press) (Peter Power/The Canadian Press - image credit)
Voters will head to the polls on June 24 for a byelection in Toronto-St. Paul's. (Peter Power/The Canadian Press) (Peter Power/The Canadian Press - image credit)

On June 24 the federal byelection will take place for Toronto-St. Paul's. It was called following the resignation of Carolyn Bennett, a longtime MP and former cabinet minister.

There are a record 84 candidates on the ballot. You can find the full list on the Elections Canada website.

Polls open at 8:30 a.m. and close at 8:30 p.m. ET.

Here's where you can find and follow election results online and on TV.

Streaming special

Election coverage will be streaming live on cbcnews.ca, the CBC News App, CBC GEM, CBC Explore, CBC News Toronto channel and CBC News Youtube.

A panel of insiders and Host of Power and Politics David Cochrane will guide viewers through the coverage, and what the results could mean for the next federal election.

Online coverage

Toronto's digital team will cover breaking developments throughout the evening and CBC.ca/toronto will have up-to-the-minute election results.

If you want results at your fingertips, download the CBC News app for iOS and Android, where you can sign up for push alerts that will send all of the highlights to your phone.

Stay tuned the morning after the vote for analysis on the election nights results and what it could mean for you on CBC.ca/toronto.