Canadians are going to the polls today to vote in a snap-election called after the liberal-led government lost a confidence motion in Parliament. Unfortunately, this one seems unlikely to go our way; the (centrist) Liberal party is polling a full ten percent behind the (centre-right) Conservatives, and with the corruption they have displayed in office (directing government advertising contracts to friends in exchange for kickbacks), they deserve to lose.
Canada uses FPP, which magnifies this sort of swing - but it also has strong minor parties with local power-bases (in the form of the Bloc Quebecois and the New Democratic party). The latest prediction is for the Conservatives to pick up 20 seats and the NDP 10, meaning a Conservative plurality with the Bloc holding the balance of power. Unfortunately, I don't know enough about Canadian politics to know how coalition talks are likely to go.
Election results will be available from around 4pm NZ time here.