Canadians voted and offered the first majority government to Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper, after a historic race, where party correlations were reversed and the New Democratic Party of Jack Layton was nominated by the Opposition. The Liberal Party sank, only occupying the third position and the separatist Bloc Québécois lost its power over Quebec. At 11:30 p.m. Conservatives were winning 168 seats (they had had 143), the New Democratic Party held 102 seats (it had had 47), the Liberals held 33 seats (they had had 77) and Bloch Québécois held 4 seats (it had had 36). During a historic reversal, at Scarborough-Agincourt of Ontario, Jim Karagiannis kept the seat of the Liberal Party, but John Kanis lost it at Scarborough-Centre. Costas Menegakis, President of Canada SAE, won for the first time the seat for the Conservatives at Richmond Hill of Ontario. Tony Clement of Cypriot descent, Minister of Conservative Party’s government, was re-elected in Parry Sound-Muskoka. Nicky Ashton of Greek descent was re-elected in Manitoba with the New Democratic Party.