That sounds like a long time, but pales in comparison to our neighbours in Alberta. They've voted time and time again for the same party, supporting a Progressive Conservative dynasty that lasted 44 years.
The Alberta election 2015 results are in and premier-elect Rachel Notley 's Alberta NDP has swept across province in a historic win of 53 seats . Note that there may be one more seat because at press time, according to Elections Alberta, Calgary-Glenmore riding is at a statistical tie with NDP's Anam Kazim and PC's Linda Johnson both having exactly 7,015 votes, 33.17% of total votes.
Will Alberta decide it's time for change or stick with the party that has been in power since 1971? The election has been closely watched because opinion polls have shown a surprising surge of support for the left-leaning Alberta NDP under leader Rachel Notley. The NDP held only four of the legislature's 87 seats going into the election, and has never won more than 16 seats.
He's playfully being hailed as Connor McJesus around Edmonton because the Oilers' prayers were answered when they won the National Hockey League draft lottery. The 18-year-old Erie Otters centre might just lead the Oilers to the Promised Land.