The results of the British Columbia and Saskatchewan elections during the pandemic are historic, with implications far beyond their boundaries. B.C. voters have given NDP leader John Horgan a second term with more NDP MLAs than ever before. In Saskatchewan Scott Moe has continued his Saskatchewan Party's streak with a fourth consecutive win. Geographically, Alberta is in the middle, but politically premier Jason Kenney is strongly aligned to Moe. Kathleen Petty looks at the implications of these elections with three journalists: Vancouver Sun provincial affairs columnist Vaughn Palmer, Murray Mandryk, political columnist for the Regina Leader-Post and Saskatoon StarPhoenix, and Kelly Cryderman, a reporter and columnist with the Globe and Mail.