The referendum results are in from last week's election.
 
One of the referendum questions asked if Alberta should adopt a year-round Daylight Saving Time which would eliminate the need to change the clocks twice a year. In an incredibly close vote, 50.2 per cent of people were against the change, meaning daylight saving will continue as normal.
 
Here are the responses from local communities:
- Fort Saskatchewan - 2,916 votes in favour, 3,225 votes against
- Strathcona County - 13,657 votes in favour, 16,213 votes against
- Sturgeon County - 2,198 votes in favour, 2,262 votes against
- Gibbons - 394 votes in favour, 365 votes against
- Bruderheim - 127 votes in favour, 75 votes against
- Redwater - 373 votes in favour, 274 votes against
- Morinville - 1,384 votes in favour, 1,189 votes against
- Bon Accord - 190 votes in favour, 165 votes against
- Lamont County - 839 votes in favour, 249 against
- Lamont - 235 votes in favour, 198 votes against
 
The second referendum question asked if Albertans thought equalization payments should be removed from the constitution. The voters in the province were 61.7 per cent in favour of the idea. However, as this is a federal matter, this does not mean equalization payments will change.
 
Here are the responses from local communities:
- Fort Saskatchewan - 3,983 votes in favour, 1,963 votes against
- Strathcona County - 18,302 votes in favour, 10,919 votes against
- Sturgeon County - 3,267 votes in favour, 1,145 votes against
- Gibbons - 539 votes in favour, 219 votes against
- Bruderheim - 158 votes in favour, 43 votes against
- Redwater - 491 votes in favour, 145 votes against
- Morinville - 1,702 votes in favour, 792 votes against
- Bon Accord - 246 votes in favour, 107 votes against
- Lamont County - 601 votes in favour, 470 against
- Lamont - 317 votes in favour, 100 votes against
 
Lastly was the Senate results. Out of 13 candidates, three from the Conservative Party of Canada received the most votes: Pam Davidson with 18.2 per cent, Erika Barootes with 17.1 per cent and Mykhailo Martyniouk with 11.3 per cent.
 
These results show a preference from Albertans, though Canadians do not elect Senators. The prime minister chooses candidates from a list of people who apply for the position.