For what it's worth...
...I'll toss my hat in the ring with a seat projection later today. Not sure why, since I've not done so before. A case of strength of one's convictions, I guess. Which with EB readers seems called for since I'm guessing you're running the numbers, so what lets me off the hook?
It's a mug's game, of course, especially in this "wild card, possibly the most bizarre, unstable, upside-down election since Confederation," as pollster Conrad Winn of Compas Inc. calls it.
In the meantime, I'm in the midst today of a through humbling from reading and re-reading your comments with their correctives. Common sense tells me to do that before commiting to the folly of a seat projection.
Democracy will win, I'm sure of that. I expect a reversal tomorrow of the steadily and troubling decline in turnout we've seen in recent years. And tomorrow, from coast to coast, Elections Canada will administer the voting process in the same way in Nanaimo as in Lindsay, Ont. as in Chicoutimi and Yarmouth. Same voting hours, same eligibility to vote, same ballot design, same repository for ballots. We take this for granted. Four our friends to the south, those things differ not only from state to state but county to county. (There are 99 counties in Iowa.)
So take a bow for something else we do really well here.