List of House members of the 42nd Parliament of Canada
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Party leaders are italicized. Cabinet ministers are in boldface. The Prime Minister is both. The Speaker is (†).
|Doug Eyolfson||Liberal||Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia—Headingley|
|Niki Ashton||NDP||Churchill—Keewatinook Aski|
|Robert Sopuck||Conservative||Dauphin—Swan River—Neepawa|
|MaryAnn Mihychuk||Liberal||Kildonan—St. Paul|
|Dan Vandal||Liberal||Saint Boniface—Saint Vital|
|Robert-Falcon Ouellette||Liberal||Winnipeg Centre|
|Kevin Lamoureux||Liberal||Winnipeg North|
|Terry Duguid||Liberal||Winnipeg South|
|Jim Carr||Liberal||Winnipeg South Centre|
|Alaina Lockhart||Liberal||Fundy Royal|
|Pat Finnigan||Liberal||Miramichi—Grand Lake|
|Ginette Petitpas Taylor||Liberal||Moncton—Riverview—Dieppe|
|Karen Ludwig||Liberal||New Brunswick Southwest|
|Wayne Long||Liberal||Saint John—Rothesay|
|T. J. Harvey||Liberal||Tobique—Mactaquac|
Newfoundland and Labrador
|Judy Foote (until September 30, 2017)||Liberal||Bonavista—Burin—Trinity|
|Churence Rogers (from December 11, 2017)|
|Scott Simms||Liberal||Coast of Bays—Central—Notre Dame|
|Gudie Hutchings||Liberal||Long Range Mountains|
|Nick Whalen||Liberal||St. John's East|
|Seamus O'Regan||Liberal||St. John's South—Mount Pearl|
|Rodger Cuzner||Liberal||Cape Breton—Canso|
|Sean Fraser||Liberal||Central Nova|
|Darren Fisher||Liberal||Dartmouth—Cole Harbour|
|Geoff Regan (†)||Liberal||Halifax West|
|Bernadette Jordan||Liberal||South Shore—St. Margaret's|
|Colin Fraser||Liberal||West Nova|
Prince Edward Island
- ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^c Resigned from caucus February 28, 2017.
- ^ ^d Changed affiliation on June 6, 2018.
- ^e NDP leader until October 1, 2017.
- ^f Bloc Québécois leader until March 18, 2017.
|Gerry Ritz (until October 2, 2017)||Conservative||Battlefords—Lloydminster|
|Rosemarie Falk (from December 11, 2017)|
|Kelly Block||Conservative||Carlton Trail—Eagle Creek|
|David L. Anderson||Conservative||Cypress Hills—Grasslands|
|Georgina Jolibois||NDP||Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River|
|Tom Lukiwski||Conservative||Moose Jaw—Lake Centre—Lanigan|
|Randy Hoback||Conservative||Prince Albert|
|Sheri Benson||NDP||Saskatoon West|
|Robert Kitchen||Conservative||Souris—Moose Mountain|
- ^g Expelled from NDP caucus May 3, 2018; declared himself a member of the CCF on May 11, 2018.
- ^h Conservative leader since May 27, 2017.
|Michael McLeod||Liberal||Northwest Territories|
- ^i Resigned from caucus May 31, 2016.
Changes since the 42nd election
The party standings have changed as follows:
|Date||District||Name||Party before||Party after||Reason|
|March 23, 2016||Medicine Hat—Cardston—Warner||Jim Hillyer||Conservative||Vacant||Died of an apparent heart attack.|
|May 31, 2016||Nunavut||Hunter Tootoo||Liberal||Independent||Left Cabinet and the Liberal caucus to undergo addiction treatment.|
|August 16, 2016||Ottawa—Vanier||Mauril Bélanger||Liberal||Vacant||Died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.|
|August 26, 2016||Calgary Heritage||Stephen Harper||Conservative||Vacant||Resigned.|
|September 23, 2016||Calgary Midnapore||Jason Kenney||Conservative||Vacant||Resigned to enter provincial politics.|
|October 24, 2016||Medicine Hat—Cardston—Warner||Glen Motz||Vacant||Conservative||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|January 31, 2017||Saint-Laurent||Stéphane Dion||Liberal||Vacant||Resigned to enter diplomatic post.|
|January 31, 2017||Markham—Thornhill||John McCallum||Liberal||Vacant||Resigned to enter diplomatic post.|
|April 3, 2017||Calgary Heritage||Bob Benzen||Vacant||Conservative||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|April 3, 2017||Ottawa—Vanier||Mona Fortier||Vacant||Liberal||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|April 3, 2017||Calgary Midnapore||Stephanie Kusie||Vacant||Conservative||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|April 3, 2017||Saint-Laurent||Emmanuella Lambropoulos||Vacant||Liberal||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|April 3, 2017||Markham—Thornhill||Mary Ng||Vacant||Liberal||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|July 4, 2017||Sturgeon River—Parkland||Rona Ambrose||Conservative||Vacant||Resigned to join the Wilson Center as a visiting scholar.|
|August 9, 2017||Lac-Saint-Jean||Denis Lebel||Conservative||Vacant||Resigned to accept a position in the private sector.|
|August 31, 2017||Calgary Skyview||Darshan Kang||Liberal||Independent||Resigned from the Liberal caucus amid allegations of sexual assault.|
|September 14, 2017||Scarborough—Agincourt||Arnold Chan||Liberal||Vacant||Died of cancer.|
|September 29, 2017||South Surrey—White Rock||Dianne Watts||Conservative||Vacant||Resigned to seek the leadership of the British Columbia Liberal Party.|
|September 30, 2017||Bonavista—Burin—Trinity||Judy Foote||Liberal||Vacant||Resigned due to illness in her family.|
|October 2, 2017||Battlefords—Lloydminster||Gerry Ritz||Conservative||Vacant||Resigned.|
|October 23, 2017||Sturgeon River—Parkland||Dane Lloyd||Vacant||Conservative||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|October 23, 2017||Lac-Saint-Jean||Richard Hébert||Vacant||Liberal||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|December 1, 2017||Chicoutimi—Le Fjord||Denis Lemieux||Liberal||Vacant||Resigned.|
|December 11, 2017||Bonavista—Burin—Trinity||Churence Rogers||Vacant||Liberal||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|December 11, 2017||Scarborough—Agincourt||Jean Yip||Vacant||Liberal||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|December 11, 2017||Battlefords—Lloydminster||Rosemarie Falk||Vacant||Conservative||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|December 11, 2017||South Surrey—White Rock||Gordie Hogg||Vacant||Liberal||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|February 28, 2018||Terrebonne||Michel Boudrias||Bloc Québécois||Québec Debout[n 1]||Resigned from the Bloc Québécois caucus citing conflict with party leader Martine Ouellet.|
|February 28, 2018||Rivière-du-Nord||Rhéal Fortin||Bloc Québécois||Québec Debout[n 1]||Resigned from the Bloc Québécois caucus citing conflict with party leader Martine Ouellet.|
|February 28, 2018||Mirabel||Simon Marcil||Bloc Québécois||Québec Debout[n 1]||Resigned from the Bloc Québécois caucus citing conflict with party leader Martine Ouellet.|
|February 28, 2018||Repentigny||Monique Pauzé||Bloc Québécois||Québec Debout[n 1]||Resigned from the Bloc Québécois caucus citing conflict with party leader Martine Ouellet.|
|February 28, 2018||Bécancour—Nicolet—Saurel||Louis Plamondon||Bloc Québécois||Québec Debout[n 1]||Resigned from the Bloc Québécois caucus citing conflict with party leader Martine Ouellet.|
|February 28, 2018||Joliette||Gabriel Ste-Marie||Bloc Québécois||Québec Debout[n 1]||Resigned from the Bloc Québécois caucus citing conflict with party leader Martine Ouellet.|
|February 28, 2018||Montcalm||Luc Thériault||Bloc Québécois||Québec Debout[n 1]||Resigned from the Bloc Québécois caucus citing conflict with party leader Martine Ouellet.|
|May 2, 2018||Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes||Gord Brown||Conservative||Vacant||Died of a heart attack.|
|May 3, 2018||Regina—Lewvan||Erin Weir||New Democratic||Independent||Expelled from NDP caucus following investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct.|
|May 11, 2018||Regina—Lewvan||Erin Weir||Independent||Co-operative Commonwealth||Changed affiliation from Independent to CCF.|
|June 6, 2018||Terrebonne||Michel Boudrias||Québec Debout||Bloc Québécois||Rejoined the Bloc Québécois caucus following the resignation of party leader Martine Ouellet.|
|June 6, 2018||Mirabel||Simon Marcil||Québec Debout||Bloc Québécois||Rejoined the Bloc Québécois caucus following the resignation of party leader Martine Ouellet.|
|June 18, 2018||Chicoutimi—Le Fjord||Richard Martel||Vacant||Conservative||Elected as a member of parliament in a by-election.|
|August 3, 2018||Outremont||Thomas Mulcair||New Democratic||Vacant||Resigned|
The party standings in the House of Commons have changed as follows:
|October 19, 2015 – December 11, 2017|
|Number of members
per party by date
|Oct 19||Mar 23||May 31||Aug 16||Aug 26||Sep 23||Oct 24||Jan 31||Apr 3||Jul 4||Aug 9||Aug 31||Sep 14||Sep 30||Oct 2||Oct 23||Dec 1||Dec 11|
|February 28, 2018 – present|
|Number of members
per party by date
|Feb 28||May 2||May 3||May 11||Jun 6||Jun 18||Aug 3|
- At the time known as the Groupe parlementaire québécois
- Members of Parliament.
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