Here are some good sources of local info:
*Vote for Environment: Very rough prediction for ridings (recent national polls applied to the results of the last election)
*Election Canada Project: Riding-level predictions
*DemocraticSpace: Regional projections
*Canada Votes: Profiles of candidates, history of ridings, and comments
*Vote for Climate: Puts you in touch with like-minded people in your riding
*Plus the national links in the top right of my blog
There are some tight, unfortunate races. In Elizabeth May's riding Central Nova Peter Mackay is predicted to win, although the NDP and Green party combined have a lot more support.
Michael Ignatieff is currently behind in Etobicoke-Lakeshore, although the Election Canada Project still predicts he'll win. Patrick Boyer, who's the Conservative candidate, was the riding's MP from 1984-93.
As I've said many times, I'm a big fan of strategic voting - and I don't mean just to support the Liberals. In our kind of parliamentary democracy a vote is a blunt instrument. If we split our votes, the Conservatives could win a majority. If we vote smart, we could keep them to under 100 seats.