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Canada’s 2008 Federal Election: A Full Moon & More of the Same ’08!

This morning at 12:30am (Ottawa, EST time) marked the end of voting for the Canadian Federal Election, yesterday across Canada our polls opened for the final day of voting.


Just 45 minutes following, the moon went full in Aries, ruling over Mars in its own domicile in Scorpio, activatin the Sun in Libra and Venus in Scorpio.

I was slightly disheartened to see that not one US news network gave any coverage. CNN and Fox news were focusing on blunders at the podium.

There is a seat system adopted here, but majority and minority governments often occur when there large percentages of one party’s dominance when municipal ridings are won in certain areas.




Presently we have a couple parties, with 5 major ones

1. CON – Conservative Party
2. LIB – Liberal Party
3. NDP – New Democratic Party
4. GRN – Green Party
5. BQ – Bloc Québécois

AAE – Animal Alliance Environment Voters Party
CAP – Canadian Action Party
CHP – Christian Heritage Party
COM – Communist Party
FPN – First Peoples National Party
LBT – Libertarian Party
M-L – Marxist-Leninist Party
MP – Marijuana Party
NRP – Neo-Rhino Party
PCP – Progressive Canadian Party
WB – Western Block Party


Elections Canada stated this morning that the seat distribution is counted

so far, counting is not yet complete:

Conservatives: 143 seats, 37.6%
Liberals: 76 seats, 26.2%
Bloc Quebecois: 50 seats, 10%
NDP: 37 seats, 18.2%
Other parties: 2 seats, 8%
Source: Elections Canada

So the polls ended at 9:30pm last night in Vancouver, PST time, making it 12:30am here in Ottawa, Ontario, the captial of Canada.

Here is the chart for this morning at 12:30am for Ottawa, as the last ballot is cast in BC.



The transits are here in green over each of the candidates natal charts.
Please be advised that the times are NOON BIRTHS, so please disregard the ascendant.


Democratic Leader Stephen Harper


Liberal Leader Stephane Dion

NDP Leader Jack Layton

Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May


This election at the present moment the Conservatives went up from 127 seats to 143, and the liberals dropped 19 seats to 76. Basically, everything is staying the same, but the biggest loss was the Green Party’s inability to get a seat in the House for the first time in history.


Does it look as if the candidates charts reflect the popularity showing in the polls?  It appears if Canadians are pleased with the current state of affairs, and wish to continue the same course.