List of candidates by riding for the 43rd Canadian federal election

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The 43rd Canadian federal election is scheduled to take place in 2019. Candidates have been declared for each of the 338 electoral districts or "ridings".

Canadian regions

Abbreviations Guide[edit]

Candidates[edit]

† = Not seeking re-election
‡ = Running for re-election in different riding
§ = represents that the incumbent was defeated for nomination
$ = represents that the incumbent was announced as nominated by their party but later chose to retire
# = represents that the incumbent was announced as nominated by their party but later lost that party's nomination through departure from caucus
© = Candidate has officially registered with Elections Canada
* = candidate's nomination appears in Elections Canada's Nomination Contest Database[2]
Italicization indicates candidate for nomination or declared interest
Bold indicates party leader
Strikethrough indicates nomination candidate disqualified or withdrew
Candidates' names are as registered with Elections Canada[2][c]

Newfoundland and Labrador[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green Other
Avalon Ken McDonald[3] [d] Ken McDonald
Bonavista—Burin—Trinity Churence Rogers[3] Mike Windsor[5] Churence Rogers
Coast of Bays—Central—Notre Dame Alex Bracci[6] Scott Simms
Labrador Yvonne Jones[3] Yvonne Jones
Long Range Mountains Gudie Hutchings[3] Gudie Hutchings
St. John's East Nick Whalen[3] Jack Harris[7]
(nomination meeting 18 June)[8]
William Lorimer (PPC)[9] Nick Whalen
St. John's South—Mount Pearl Seamus O'Regan[3] Seamus O'Regan

Prince Edward Island[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green Other
Cardigan Lawrence MacAulay[3] Fred Martens[10]
Julius Patkai[11] or
Wayne Phelan[12]
(nomination meeting 25 June)[10]
Margaret Andrade[13] Lawrence MacAulay
Charlottetown Sean Casey[14] Robert A. Campbell*[15] Darcie E. Lanthier*[16] Sean Casey
Egmont Robert Morrissey[3] Logan McLellan[17] Bobby Morrissey
Malpeque Wayne Easter[3] Stephen Stewart[18] Wayne Easter

Nova Scotia[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   Others
Cape Breton—Canso Alfie MacLeod[19] Rodger Cuzner[20]
Central Nova Sean S. Fraser*[3] Roger MacKay[21] Betsy MacDonald[22]
(nomination meeting 15 June)[22]
Barry Randle[16] Sean Fraser
Cumberland—Colchester Jim Hardiman,[23]
Joel Henderson[23] or
Lenore Zann[24]
Scott Armstrong[25] Jason Blanch[26] William J. Archer* (PPC)[9] Bill Casey[27]
Dartmouth—Cole Harbour Darren Fisher[3] Jason Cole[28] Rana Zaman*[29] Lil MacPherson[16] Michelle A.M. Lindsay* (PPC)[9] Darren Fisher
Halifax Andy Fillmore[3] Bruce Holland[30] Christine M. Saulnier*[31] Jo-Ann Roberts*[16] Andy Fillmore
Halifax West Geoff Regan[3] Mike Kerman[32]
(nomination meeting 17 June)[32]
Richard Zurawski[16] Geoff Regan
Kings—Hants Kody Blois*[3] Martha MacQuarrie[33] Stephen Schneider[34] Brogan Anderson[35] Matthew T. Southall* (PPC)[9] vacant
Sackville—Preston—Chezzetcook Darrell Samson[3] Kevin Copley[36] Carl Gannon Jr.[37] or
Matt Stickland[38]
Anthony Edmonds[16] Sybil M. M. Hogg* (PPC)[9] Darrell Samson
South Shore—St. Margarets Bernadette Jordan[3] Richard D. Perkins*[39] Jessika Hepburn[40]
(nomination meeting 7 July)[40]
Thomas Trappenberg[16] Bernadette Jordan
Sydney—Victoria Jaime Battiste,[41]
Caleb Gibbons[42] or
Earlene MacMullin[43]
Danny Laffin[44] or
Eddie Orrell[45]
Mark Eyking[46]
West Nova Jason Deveau*[3] Hannah Dawson-Murphy,[47]
Chris d'Entremont[45] or
Dan Mullen[48]
(split nomination meeting 21/22 June)[49]
Judy N. Green[50]
(nomination meeting possibly 15 June)[51]
Colin Fraser[27]

New Brunswick[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green Other
Acadie—Bathurst Serge Cormier[3] Serge Cormier
Beauséjour Dominic LeBlanc[3] Nancy Mercier* (PPC)[9] Dominic LeBlanc
Fredericton Matt DeCourcey[3] Andrea Johnson[52] Jenica Atwin[53] Jason Paull* (PPC)[9] Matt DeCourcey
Fundy Royal Alaina Lockhart[3] Rob Moore*[54] Alaina Lockhart
Madawaska—Restigouche René Arseneault[3] Nelson Fox*[55] René Arseneault
Miramichi—Grand Lake Pat Finnigan[3] Allison Richardson Mackenzie[56] Pat Finnigan
Moncton—Riverview—Dieppe Ginette Petitpas Taylor[3] Sylvie Godin-Charest[57] Ginette Petitpas Taylor
New Brunswick Southwest Karen Ludwig[3] John Williamson*[58] Karen Ludwig
Saint John—Rothesay Wayne Long[59] Rodney Weston[60] Adam J.C. Salesse* (PPC)[9] Wayne Long
Tobique—Mactaquac Richard Bragdon*[61] Dominic Guay (PPC)[62] T. J. Harvey[63]

Quebec[edit]

Eastern Quebec[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   BQ   Green Other
Avignon—La Mitis—Matane—Matapédia Rémi Massé[3] Kristina Michaud[64] Rémi Massé
Bellechasse—Les Etchemins—Lévis Steven Blaney[65] André Voyer[16] Yves Gilbert (CHP)[66]
Marc Johnston* (PPC)[9]
Steven Blaney
Gaspésie—Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine Diane Lebouthillier[3] Jean-Pierre Pigeon[67] Guy Bernatchez[68] Dennis Drainville[16] Éric Hébert*[e] (PPC)[9] Diane Lebouthillier
Montmagny—L'Islet—Kamouraska—Rivière-du-Loup Laurence Harvey[69] or
Aladin Legault D’Auteuil[69]
Bernard Généreux[70] Louis Gagnon[71] Bernard Généreux
Rimouski-Neigette—Témiscouata—Les Basques Chantal Pilon*[3] Guy Caron[72] Guy Caron

Côte-Nord and Saguenay[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   BQ   Green Other
Beauport—Côte-de-Beaupré—Île d'Orléans—Charlevoix Raymond Bernier[73] or
Manon Fortin[74]
Sylvie Boucher[75] Pierre-Alain Hoh[76] Jean-Claude Parent Jr.* (PPC)[9] Sylvie Boucher
Chicoutimi—Le Fjord Richard Martel[77] Valérie Tremblay[68] Richard Martel
Jonquière Philippe Gagnon[78] Karine Trudel*[79] Mario Simard[80] Karine Trudel
Lac-Saint-Jean Richard Hébert[3] Jocelyn Fradette[81] Alexis Brunelle-Duceppe[68] Richard Hébert
Manicouagan Dave Savard*[3] François Corriveau[82] Marilène Gill[68] Jacques Gélineau[16] Marilène Gill

Quebec City[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   BQ   Green   PPC Other
Beauport—Limoilou Antoine Bujold*[3] Alupa Clarke[83] Julie Vignola[68] Dalila Elhak[16] Alicia Bédard[84][f] Alupa Clarke
Charlesbourg—Haute-Saint-Charles Pierre Paul-Hus[85] Samuel Moisan-Domm[16] Joey Pronovost*[9] Pierre Paul-Hus
Louis-Hébert Joël Lightbound[3] Christian Hébert[68] Daniel Brisson*[9] Joël Lightbound
Louis-Saint-Laurent Gérard Deltell[86] Guillaume Labonté-Côté*[9] Gérard Deltell
Québec Jean-Yves Duclos[3] Bianca Boutin[87] Christiane Gagnon[68] Gnouzaola Bruno Dabiré*[9] Jean-Yves Duclos

Central Quebec[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   BQ   Green   PPC Other
Bécancour—Nicolet—Saurel Claude Carpentier[88] Pierre-André Émond[89] Nicolas Tabah[90] Louis Plamondon[91] David Turcotte[16] Richard Synnott[92] Louis Plamondon
Berthier—Maskinongé Josée Bélanger[93] Ruth Ellen Brosseau[94] Yves Perron[68] Éric Laferrière[16] Luc Massé*[9] Ruth Ellen Brosseau
Joliette Gabriel Ste-Marie[68] Sylvain Prescott*[9] Gabriel Ste-Marie
Lévis—Lotbinière Jacques Gourde[95] Luc Saint-Hilaire[16] Marc Fontaine[f] Jacques Gourde
Montcalm Gisèle DesRoches[96] Luc Thériault[68] Hugo Clenin*[9] Luc Thériault
Portneuf—Jacques-Cartier Joël Godin[97] Jean Cloutier[98] Ken Pereira[99][f] Joël Godin
Repentigny Monique Pauzé[68] Samuel Saint-Laurent*[9] Monique Pauzé
Saint-Maurice—Champlain François-Philippe Champagne[3] Pierre Jolivet[68] Nancy Brunelle[92] François-Philippe Champagne
Trois-Rivières Yves Lévesque[100] Robert Aubin[101] Louise Charbonneau[102] Marie Duplessis[16] Robert Aubin

Eastern Townships[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   BQ   Green   PPC Other
Beauce Richard Lehoux[103] Josiane Fortin[16] Maxime Bernier[9] Maxime Bernier
Brome—Missisquoi Denis Paradis[3] Bruno Côté[104] Sylvie Jetté[105] Monique Allard[68] François Poulin*[9] Denis Paradis
Compton—Stanstead Marie-Claude Bibeau[3] Paul Reed*[9] Marie-Claude Bibeau
Drummond Jessica Ébacher[106] François Choquette*[107] Steeve Paquet*[9] Réal Martel (Rhino.)[108] François Choquette
Mégantic—L'Érable Luc Berthold[109] Luc Berthold
Richmond—Arthabaska Alain Rayes[110] Alain Rayes
Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot Bernard Barré[111] Brigitte BS Sansoucy*[112] Simon-Pierre Savard-Tremblay[68] Brigitte Sansoucy
Shefford Pierre Breton[3] Raymonde Plamondon[105] Katherine Turgeon[16] Mariam Sabbagh[113] Pierre Breton
Sherbrooke Élisabeth Brière[114] or
Edwin Moreno[114]
Pierre-Luc Dusseault*[115] David Benoît[116] Mathieu Morin[16] Pierre-Luc Dusseault

Montérégie[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   BQ   Green   PPC Other
Beloeil—Chambly Marie-Chantal Hamel[3] Matthew M.D. Dubé*[117] Yves-François Blanchet[68] Matthew Dubé
Brossard—Saint-Lambert Alexandra Mendès[3] Glenn Hoa[118] Greg De Luca[119] Sam Nassif*[9] Alexandra Mendès
Châteauguay—Lacolle Brenda Shanahan[3] Hugues Laplante[120] Jeff Benoit*[9] Brenda Shanahan
La Prairie Jean-Claude Poissant[3] Isabelle Lapointe[121] Alain Therrien[122] Barbara Joannette[123] Jean-Claude Poissant
Longueuil—Charles-LeMoyne Sherry Romanado[3] Stéphane Robichaud[124] Henri Cousineau[125] Sherry Romanado
Longueuil—Saint-Hubert Éric Beaulieu[126] Pierre Nantel[127] Denis Trudel[128] Ellen Comeau*[9] Pierre Nantel
Montarville Michel Picard[3] Julie Sauvageau[129] Stéphane Bergeron[130] Michel Picard
Pierre-Boucher—Les Patriotes—Verchères Mathieu Daviault[131] Xavier Barsalou-Duval[68] Xavier Barsalou-Duval
Saint-Jean Jean Rioux[3] Christine Normandin[68] Jean Rioux
Salaberry—Suroît Marc Faubert*[3] Cynthia Larivière[132] Claude DeBellefeuille[68] Alain Savard*[9] Anne Minh-Thu Quach[133]
Vaudreuil—Soulanges Peter Schiefke[3] Olivier Bousette[9] Peter Schiefke

Eastern Montreal[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   BQ   Green   PPC Other
Hochelaga Soraya Martinez Ferrada*[3] Christine Marcoux[134] Catheryn Roy-Goyette[135] Simon Marchand[68] Robert D. Morais[16] Stephan Balatsko[113] Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet[136]
Honoré-Mercier Pablo Rodríguez[3] Guy Croteau[137] Patrick St-Onge[113] Pablo Rodríguez
La Pointe-de-l'Île Jonathan Plamondon*[3] Robert Coutu[138] Mario Beaulieu[91] Franco Fiori[16] Randy Manseau[113] Mario Beaulieu
Laurier—Sainte-Marie Nimâ Machouf*[139] Michel Duchesne[68] Jamil Azzaoui[140] François Lefebvre[113] Hélène Laverdière[141]
Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie Johanna Sarfati[142] Alexandre A.B. Boulerice*[143] Jean Désy[144] Alexandre Boulerice

Western Montreal[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   BQ   Green   PPC Other
Dorval—Lachine—LaSalle Céline LaQuerre[145] Jean-Frédéric Vaudry[68] Magdalena Baloi[f] Anju Dhillon
Lac-Saint-Louis Francis Scarpaleggia[3] Ann Francis[146] Gary Charles[113] Francis Scarpaleggia
LaSalle—Émard—Verdun David Lametti[3] Claudio Rocchi[147] Julien Coté[f] David Lametti
Mount Royal Anthony Housefather[3] David Tordjman[148] Clément Badra[16] Anthony Housefather
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Westmount Marc Garneau[3] André Valiquette*[9] Marc Garneau
Outremont Rachel Bendayan[3] Jasmine Louras[149][150] Daniel Green[16] Sabin Levesque[113] Rachel Bendayan
Pierrefonds—Dollard Frank Baylis[3] Mariam Ishak[151] Lee Weishar*[9] Frank Baylis
Saint-Laurent Emmanuella Lambropoulos[3] Richard Serour[152] Emmanuella Lambropoulos
Ville-Marie—Le Sud-Ouest—Île-des-Sœurs Marc Miller[3] Michael Forian[153] Louise Victor Hanne[16] Jean Langlais*[9] Marc Miller

Northern Montreal and Laval[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   BQ   Green   PPC Other
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Mélanie Joly[3] Kathy Laframboise[154] Zahia El Masri[155] Raymond Ayas[113][f] Mélanie Joly
Alfred-Pellan Angelo Iacono[3] Angelo Esposito[156] Mathieu Couture[9] Angelo Iacono
Bourassa Emmanuel Dubourg[3] Catherine Lefebvre[157] Louis Léger*[9] Emmanuel Dubourg
Laval—Les Îles Fayçal El-Khoury[3] Tom Pentefountas[158] Marie-Louise Beauchamp[113] Fayçal El-Khoury
Marc-Aurèle-Fortin Yves Robillard[3] Sonia Baudelot[159] Lizabel Nitoi[68] Émilio Migliozzi[113] Yves Robillard
Papineau Justin Trudeau[3] Matthieu Brien[160] Juan Vázquez[161] Mark Sibthorpe*[9] Justin Trudeau
Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel Hassan Guillet*[3] Ilario Maiolo[162] Alessandra Szilagyi[16] Tina Di Serio*[9] Vacant
Vimy Eva Nassif[163] Suzanne Brunelle[164] Eva Nassif

Laurentides, Outaouais and Northern Quebec[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   BQ   Green   PPC Other
Abitibi—Baie-James—Nunavik—Eeyou Martin Ferron[165] Jacline Rouleau[166] Romeo Saganash[167]
Abitibi—Témiscamingue Claude Thibault[168] Mario Provencher[169] Sébastien Lemire[68] Aline Bégin[16] Christine Moore[170]
Argenteuil—La Petite-Nation Stéphane Lauzon[3] Marie Louis-Seize[171] Sherwin Edwards*[9] Stéphane Lauzon
Gatineau Steven MacKinnon[3] Geneviève Nadeau[68] Steven MacKinnon
Hull—Aylmer Greg Fergus[3] Mike Duggan[172] Rowan Tanguay[173] Greg Fergus
Laurentides—Labelle David Graham[3] Serge Grégoire[174] Samuel Gervais[175] Richard Evanko*[9] David Graham
Mirabel Karl Trudel[3] François Desrochers[176] Simon Marcil[68] Christian Montpetit*[9] Simon Marcil
Pontiac William Amos[3] Dave D.B. Blackburn*[177] Claude Bertrand*[16] Mario Belec*[9] Will Amos
Rivière-des-Mille-Îles Linda Lapointe[3] Maikel Mikhael[178] Luc Desilets[179]
(nomination meeting 20 June)[179]
Hans Roker Jr.[9] Linda Lapointe
Rivière-du-Nord Rhéal Fortin[91] Rhéal Fortin
Terrebonne Annie Trudel[180] Michel Boudrias[68] Jeffrey Barnes*[9] Michel Boudrias
Thérèse-De Blainville Ramez Ayoub[3] Marie Claude Fournier[181] Michel Dicaire-Acosta[182] Désiré Mounanga[113] Ramez Ayoub

Ontario[edit]

Ottawa[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Carleton Christopher Rodgers*[3] Pierre Poilievre[183] Kevin Hua[184] Gordon Kubanek*[16] Alain Musende*[9] Pierre Poilievre
Kanata—Carleton Karen McCrimmon[3] Justina McCaffrey*[185] Melissa Coenraad[186] Jennifer Purdy[187] Scott E. Miller*[9] Karen McCrimmon
Nepean Chandra Arya[3] Brian St. Louis*[188] Azim K. Hooda*[9] Chandra Arya
Orléans Khatera Akbari[189] or
Marie-France Lalonde[190]
David Bertschi*[191] Jacqueline Wiens[192] Andrew Leslie†$[193]
Ottawa Centre Catherine McKenna[3] Carol Clemenhagen[194] Emilie R. Taman*[195] Angela Keller-Herzog[16] Merylee Sevilla*[9] Adam Rolston (NCA)[196] Catherine McKenna
Ottawa South David McGuinty[3] Eli Tannis*[197] Morgan Gay[198] Leslie P. Schram*[16] Jean-Serge Brisson (Libert.)[199] David McGuinty
Ottawa—Vanier Mona Fortier[3] Joel Bernard*[200] Oriana Ngabirano[201] Mona Fortier
Ottawa West—Nepean Anita Vandenbeld[3] Michael Lalonde*[202] Angella MacEwen[203] David Stibbe[204] Serguei Guevorkian*[9] Sean Mulligan (CHP)[205] Anita Vandenbeld

Eastern Ontario[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Bay of Quinte Neil Ellis[3] Timothy P. Durkin*[206] Stephanie Bell[207] Danny Celovsky[16] Paul Bordonaro[208] Neil Ellis
Glengarry—Prescott—Russell Francis Drouin[3] Pierre F. Lemieux*[209] Konstantine Malakos[210] Francis Drouin
Hastings—Lennox and Addington Mike Bossio[3] Derek Sloan*[211] Adam L. E. Gray[212] Mike Bossio
Kingston and the Islands Mark Gerretsen[3] Ruslan Yakoviychuk*[213] Barrington Walker[214] Candice Christmas[215] Andrew F. Brooke*[9] Mark Gerretsen
Lanark—Frontenac—Kingston Kayley Kennedy[216] Scott Reid[217] Stephen J. Kotze*[16] John R. Theoret*[f] Scott Reid
Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes Michael Barrett[218] Lorraine Rekmans[16] Michael Barrett
Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke Cheryl Gallant*[219] David F. Ainsworth*[9] Cheryl Gallant
Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry Eric Duncan*[220] Raheem Aman[16] Sabile Trimm*[9] Guy Lauzon†$[221]

Central Ontario[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Barrie—Innisfil John Brassard[222] Pekka M. Reinio*[223] Bonnie L. North*[16] Stephanie A. Robinson*[9] John Brassard
Barrie—Springwater—Oro-Medonte Doug Shipley[224] Dan Janssen[225] Stephan Kalmar,[226]
Marty Lancaster[226] or
Andy Ross Thomson[226]
(nomination meeting 19 June)[226]
Alex Nuttall†$[227]
Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound Michael Den Tandt[3] Alexander T. Ruff*[228] Chris Stephen[229] Danielle Valiquette[230] William Townsend*[9] Larry Miller†$[231]
Dufferin—Caledon Michele Fisher[232]
(nomination meeting 18 June)[232]
[g] Stefan Wiesen[234] Chad Ransom*[9] David Tilson[235]
Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock Judith Forbes[236]
(nomination meeting 26 June)[236]
Jamie Schmale[237] Barbara Doyle*[238] Eugene C. Balfour*[9] Jamie Schmale
Northumberland—Peterborough South Kim Rudd[3] Philip Lawrence*[239] Jeff Wheeldon[16] Kim Rudd
Peterborough—Kawartha Maryam Monsef[3] Michael A. Skinner*[240] Mallory MacDonald,[241]
Candace Shaw[241] or
David Tough[241]
(nomination meeting 26 June)[241]
Brock Grills*[16] Alex Murphy[242] Maryam Monsef
Simcoe—Grey Lorne Kenney[243] or
Bren Munro[244]
(nomination meeting 15 June)[245]
Terry Dowdall*[246] Sherri Jackson[247] Jeff Harris*[9] Kellie Leitch[248]
Simcoe North Sandy Cornell,[249]
Gerry Hawes[249] or
Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux[249]
Bruce Stanton[250] Erik Schomann[251] Stephen T. Makk*[9] Bruce Stanton
York—Simcoe Scot Davidson[h] Robert Geurts[f] Keith Komar (Libert.)[199] Scot Davidson

Durham and York[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Ajax Mark Holland[3] Tom Dingwall*[252] Mark Holland
Aurora—Oak Ridges—Richmond Hill Brian Chamberlain[253] Leona Alleslev[254][i] Leona Alleslev[j]
Durham Erin O'Toole[255] Evan Price[16] Brenda Virtue*[9] Erin O'Toole
King—Vaughan Deb Schulte[3] Anna Roberts*[256] Deb Schulte
Markham—Stouffville Theodore Antony*[257] Jeremy Lin*[9] Jane P. Philpott (Ind.)[258][k] Jane Philpott#
Markham—Thornhill Mary Ng[3] Alex H. Yuan*[259] Mary Ng
Markham—Unionville Bob Saroya[260] Elvin Kao[16] Sarah Chung[9] Bob Saroya
Newmarket—Aurora Tony Van Bynen[261] Lois E. Brown*[262] Walter Bauer[16] Kyle Peterson[263]
Oshawa Colin Carrie[264] Jovannah Ramsden[16] Greg J. Roy*[9] Colin Carrie
Pickering—Uxbridge Jennifer O'Connell[3] Cyma Musarat*[265] Corneliu E. Chisu*[9] Jennifer O'Connell
Richmond Hill Majid Jowhari[3] Costas Menegakis*[266][i] Igor D. Tvorogov*[9] Majid Jowhari
Thornhill Gary Gladstone[267]
(nomination meeting 19 June)[267]
Peter Kent[268] Peter Kent
Vaughan—Woodbridge Francesco Sorbara[3] Teresa Kruze[269] or
Frances Tibollo[270]
Domenic Montesano*[9] Francesco Sorbara
Whitby Todd J. McCarthy*[271] Celina Caesar-Chavannes[272]

Suburban Toronto[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green Other
Don Valley East Yasmin Ratansi[3] Michael Ma*[273] John P. Hendry* (PPC)[9] Yasmin Ratansi
Don Valley North Geng Tan[3][274] Sarah M. Fischer*[275] Daniel Giavedoni[16] Geng Tan
Etobicoke Centre Yvan Baker*[3] Ted Opitz*[276] Mark Wojo Wrzesniewski (Libert.)[199] Borys Wrzesnewskyj[277]
Etobicoke—Lakeshore James Maloney[3] Barry D. O'Brien*[278] Jude Sulejmani (PPC)[279] James Maloney
Etobicoke North Kirsty Duncan[3] Sarabjit Kaur*[280] Kirsty Duncan
Humber River—Black Creek Judy Sgro[3] Iftikhar Choudry*[281] Judy Sgro
Scarborough—Agincourt Jean Yip[3] Shuang Quan (Sean) Q. Hu*[282] Anthony Internicola (PPC)[283] Jean Yip
Scarborough Centre Salma Zahid[3] Irshad Chaudhry*[284] Matt Dougherty (Libert.)[199] Salma Zahid
Scarborough—Guildwood John McKay[3] Quintus Thuraisingham*[285] John McKay
Scarborough North Shaun Chen[3] David Kong*[286] Shaun Chen
Scarborough—Rouge Park Gary Anandasangaree[3] Bobby Singh*[287] Dilano Sally* (PPC)[9] Gary Anandasangaree
Scarborough Southwest Bill Blair[3] Kimberly Fawcett*[288][l] Bill Blair
Willowdale Ali Ehsassi[3] Kiseok (Daniel) Lee*[289] Richard L. Hillier* (PPC)[9] Ali Ehsassi
York Centre Michael Levitt[3] Rachel Willson*[290][m] Michael Levitt

Central Toronto[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Beaches—East York Nathaniel Erskine-Smith[3] Nadirah Nazeer*[291] Mae J. Nam[292] Sean Manners[293] Nathaniel Erskine-Smith
Davenport Julie Dzerowicz[3] Sanjay Bhatia*[294] Andrew Cash*[295] Hannah Conover-Arthurs[16] Jeff J. Meister*[9] Julie Dzerowicz
Don Valley West Robert Oliphant[3] Yvonne M. Robertson*[296] Amanda Kistindey[16] Ian R. Prittie*[9] John Kittredge (Libert.)[199] Rob Oliphant
Eglinton—Lawrence Marco Mendicino[3] Chani Aryeh-Bain*[297] Alexandra Nash[298] Michael U. Staffieri*[9] Marco Mendicino
Parkdale—High Park Arif Virani[3] Ngoc Cuong (Adam) Pham*[299] Saron Gebresellassi,[300]
Tom Parkin[300] or
Paul Taylor[300]
(nomination meeting 23 June)[300]
Nick Capra[citation needed] Arif Virani
Spadina—Fort York Adam Vaughan[3] Frank Fang*[301] Diana Yoon[302] Dean Maher[16] Robert Stewart*[9] Adam Vaughan
Toronto Centre Bill Morneau[3] Ryan Lester*[303] Brian Chang[304] or
Brandon Kober[305]
(nomination meeting 14 July)[306]
Adam Sommerfeld[citation needed] Bill Morneau
Toronto—Danforth Julie Dabrusin[3] Zia Choudhary*[307] Min Sook Lee[308] Chris Tolley[309] Julie Dabrusin
Toronto—St. Paul's Carolyn Bennett[3] Sarah Climenhaga[310] Greg Maguire[f] Carolyn Bennett
University—Rosedale Chrystia Freeland[3] Helen-Claire Tingling*[311] Tim A. Grant*[312] Aran Lockwood*[9] Chrystia Freeland
York South—Weston Ahmed Hussen[3] [n] Yafet Tewelde[314] Ahmed Hussen

Brampton, Mississauga and Oakville[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green Other
Brampton Centre Ramesh Sangha[3] Pawanjit Gosal[315] Ramesh Sangha
Brampton East Shawn S. Emran[316] Ramona Benson Singh*[317] Raj Grewal#
Brampton North Ruby Sahota[3] Arpan Khanna*[318] Jaskaran Sandhu[319] Ruby Sahota
Brampton South Sonia Sidhu[3] Ramandeep Brar*[320] Sonia Sidhu
Brampton West Kamal Khera[3] Murarilal Thapliyal*[321] Ephraim R. Sampson* (PPC)[9] Kamal Khera
Mississauga Centre Omar Alghabra[3] Milad Mikael*[322] Omar Alghabra
Mississauga East—Cooksville Peter Fonseca[3] Wladyslaw Lizon*[323] Peter Fonseca
Mississauga—Erin Mills Iqra Khalid[3] Hani Tawfilis*[324] Hazar Alsabagh* (PPC)[9] Iqra Khalid
Mississauga—Lakeshore Sven Spengemann[3] Stella Ambler*[325] Duane A. LeeAllen* (PPC)[9] Sven Spengemann
Mississauga—Malton Navdeep Bains[3] Tom Varughese[326] Nikki Clarke[327] Navdeep Bains
Mississauga—Streetsville Gagan Sikand[3] Ghada M. Melek*[328] Gagan Sikand
Oakville Anita Anand[3] Terence Young*[329] Jerome Adamo[330] JD Meaney (PPC)[331] John Oliver†$[332]
Oakville North—Burlington Pam Damoff[3] Sean Weir*[333] Mithu Valika[16] Pam Damoff

Hamilton, Burlington and Niagara[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green Other
Burlington Karina Gould[3] Elizabeth Jane Michael*[334] Gareth Williams[335] Karina Gould
Flamborough—Glanbrook Jennifer Stebbing*[3] David Sweet[336] Janet Errygers[16] David J. Tilden* (PPC)[9] David Sweet
Hamilton Centre Monica Ciriello[337] Matthew Green[338] Jean-Simon Chénard (PPC)[339]
Tony Lemma (Ind.)[340]
David Christopherson[341]
Hamilton East—Stoney Creek Robert Bratina[3] Nikki (Gurdeep) Kaur*[342][o] Nick Milanovic[345] Peter Ormond[16] Miles E. Morton* (PPC)[9] Bob Bratina
Hamilton Mountain Bruno Uggenti*[3] Peter S. Dyakowski*[346] Scott Duvall*[347] James W. Enos* (CHP) Scott Duvall
Hamilton West—Ancaster—Dundas Filomena Tassi[3] Bert Laranjo*[348] Ian Borsuk,[349]
Roslyne French-Sanges[349] or
Yousaf Malik[349]
Victoria Galea[16] Filomena Tassi
Milton Adam van Koeverden*[3] Lisa Raitt[350] Eleanor Hayward[351] Lisa Raitt
Niagara Centre Vance Badawey[3] April C. Jeffs*[352] Malcolm Allen[353] Michael Tomaino[16] Vance Badawey
Niagara Falls Joyce Morocco[354] Tony Baldinelli,[355]
Hannah Gill[356] or
Joe Lioce[357]
Brian Barker[358] Rob Nicholson†$[359]
Niagara West Ian Bingham*[3] Dean Allison[360] Terry D. Teather*[16] Harold Jonker* (CHP) Dean Allison
St. Catharines Chris Bittle[3] Krystina Waler*[361] Dennis Van Meer[362] Chris Bittle

Midwestern Ontario[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Brantford—Brant Phil McColeman[363] Bob Jonkman[364] Rob Ferguson (Libert.)[199] Phil McColeman
Cambridge Bryan May[3] Sunny Attwal[365] Scott Hamilton[366] Michele Braniff[16] David M. Haskell*[9] Bryan May
Guelph Lloyd Longfield[3] Ashish Sachan[367] Aisha Jahangir[368] or
Andy McCann-Pappin[368]
(nomination meeting 22 June)[368]
Steve Dyck[16] Mark K. Paralovos*[9] Lloyd Longfield
Haldimand—Norfolk Diane Finley[369] Robert F. Forbes* Lily Eggink* (CHP) Diane Finley
Huron—Bruce Allan Thompson*[3] Ben Lobb[370] Nicholas Wendler[16] Kevin M. Klerks*[9] Ben Lobb
Kitchener Centre Raj Saini[3] Stephen Woodworth[371] Andrew Moraga*[372] Mike Morrice[16] Raj Saini
Kitchener—Conestoga Tim Louis*[3] Harold Albrecht[373] Stephanie Goertz[16] Koltyn H. Wallar*[9] Harold Albrecht
Kitchener South—Hespeler Marwan Tabbara[374] Alan Keeso*[375] David Weber[16] Marwan Tabbara
Oxford Dave MacKenzie[376] Matthew Chambers[377] Lisa Carriere[16] Wendy Martin[378] Dave MacKenzie
Perth—Wellington John Nater[379] Collan Simmons[16] Kenneth Metzger*[9] Irma Devries* (CHP) John Nater
Waterloo Bardish Chagger[3] Jerry Zhang[380] Lori Campbell[381] or
Sandee Lovas[381]
(nomination meeting 3 July)[381]
Kirsten Wright[16] Erika Traub[382] Bardish Chagger
Wellington—Halton Hills Lesley Barron*[3] Michael Chong[383] Ralph Martin[384] Sylvain M. Carle*[9] Michael Chong

Southwestern Ontario[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green Other
Chatham-Kent—Leamington Katie Omstead*[3] David A. Epp*[385] Mark Vercouteren[16] Dave Van Kesteren[386]
Elgin—Middlesex—London Karen Vecchio[387] Karen Vecchio
Essex Audrey Festeryga[388] Christopher Lewis*[389] Tracey Ramsey*[390] William Capes* (PPC)[9] Tracey Ramsey
Lambton—Kent—Middlesex Lianne Rood[391] Anthony Li[16] Bev Shipley[392]
London—Fanshawe Mohamed Hammoud[393] Michael van Holst[394] Lindsay Mathyssen[395] Tom Cull[16] Irene Mathyssen[396]
London North Centre Peter Fragiskatos[3] Dirka U. Prout*[397] Carol Dyck[16] Braeden Beller* (PPC)[9]
Clara Sorrenti (Comm.)[398]
Peter Fragiskatos
London West Kate Young[3] Liz Snelgrove*[399] Shawna Lewkowitz[397] Jacques Boudreau (Libert.)[199]
Michael T. J. McMullen* (PPC)[9]
Kate Young
Sarnia—Lambton Carmen Lemieux*[3] Marilyn Gladu[400] Lorraine Dolbear[401] or
Peter Smith[401]
(nomination meeting 18 June)[401]
Brian Everaert* (PPC)[9] Marilyn Gladu
Windsor—Tecumseh Cheryl Hardcastle*[402] Cheryl Hardcastle
Windsor West Hsiao d'Ailly[403] or
Melinda Munro[403]
Henry Lau[404][p] Brian Masse[405] Brian Masse

Northern Ontario[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green Other
Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing Heather Wilson*[3] David Williamson*[406] Carol Hughes[407] Carol Hughes
Kenora Bob Nault[408] Eric Melillo*[409] Bob Nault
Nickel Belt Marc Serré[3] Aino Laamanen*[410] Stéphane Paquette[411]
(nomination meeting 27 June)[411]
Marc Serré
Nipissing—Timiskaming Anthony Rota[3] Jordy Carr[412] or
Mark King[412]
Anthony Rota
Parry Sound—Muskoka Trisha Cowie*[3] Scott Aitchison,[413]
Alan Fraser,[413]
Meghan Shannon[413] or
Holly Thompson[413]
Tom Young[414]
(nomination meeting 23 June)[414]
Tony Clement†#[415]
Sault Ste. Marie Terry Sheehan[3] Sonny Spina*[416] Amy Zuccato* (PPC)[9] Terry Sheehan
Sudbury Paul Lefebvre[3] Pierre St-Amant*[417] Bill Crumplin[418] Sean Paterson* (PPC)[9] Paul Lefebvre
Thunder Bay—Rainy River David Bruno,[419]
Shelby Ch'ng,[419]
Marcus Powlowski[419] or
Christy Radbourne[419]
Linda Rydholm*[420] Yuk-Sem Won[421] Andrew H. Hartnell* (PPC)[9] Don Rusnak†$[422]
Thunder Bay—Superior North Patty Hajdu[3] Frank Pullia*[423] Anna Betty Achneepineskum[424] Patty Hajdu
Timmins—James Bay Michelle Boileau[425] Charlie Angus[426] Renaud D. Roy* (PPC)[9] Charlie Angus

Manitoba[edit]

Rural Manitoba[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC   Christian Heritage Other
Brandon—Souris Larry Maguire[427] Bill Tiessen[428] Rob Lussier[429] Rebecca Hein[430] Larry Maguire
Churchill—Keewatinook Aski Judy Klassen[431] Cyara Bird* Niki C. Ashton*[432] Kenneth M. Klyne*[9] Niki Ashton
Dauphin—Swan River—Neepawa Daniel Mazier*[433] Kate Storey[16] Frank Godon[9] Jenni Johnson[434] Robert Sopuck[435]
Portage—Lisgar Candice Bergen[436] Beverley Eert[16] Jeromo Dondo[437] Candice Bergen
Provencher Ted Falk[438] Janine Gibson[16] Ted Falk
Selkirk—Interlake—Eastman James Bezan[439] James Bezan

Winnipeg[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia—Headingley Doug Eyolfson[3] Marty B. Morantz*[440] Ken St. George* Kevin Nichols[16] Steven J. Fletcher*[9] Doug Eyolfson
Elmwood—Transcona Jennifer Malabar[3] Lawrence Toet*[441] Daniel Blaikie*[442] Daniel Blaikie
Kildonan—St. Paul MaryAnn Mihychuk[3] Raquel Dancho*[443] Evan Krosney*[444] Martin W. Deck*[9] Spencer Kateynuk (CHP)[445] MaryAnn Mihychuk
Saint Boniface—Saint Vital

Dan Vandal[3]

Rejeanne Caron*[446] Dan Vandal
Winnipeg Centre Robert-Falcon Ouellette[3] Leah Gazan[447] Andrea Shalay*[16] Robert-Falcon Ouellette
Winnipeg North Kevin Lamoureux[3] Kyle Mason[448] Craig Blacksmith[16] Victor Ong*[9] Kevin Lamoureux
Winnipeg South Terry Duguid[3] Melanie Maher*[449] Terry Duguid
Winnipeg South Centre Jim Carr[3] Joyce Bateman*[450] James Beddome[451] Jane MacDiarmid[452] Linda Marynuk (CHP)[445] Jim Carr

Saskatchewan[edit]

Southern Saskatchewan[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Cypress Hills—Grasslands Jeremy Patzer[9] David Anderson†$[453]
Moose Jaw—Lake Centre—Lanigan Tom Lukiwski[454] Talon M. Regent*[455] Chey Craik*[456] Tom Lukiwski
Regina—Lewvan Winter Fedyk[457] Warren H. Steinley*[458] Naomi Hunter[16] Christopher McCulloch*[9] Erin Weir[459]
Regina—Qu'Appelle Andrew Scheer[460] Dale Dewar[461] Matthew W. Walsh*[9] James Plummer (Libert.)[462] Andrew Scheer
Regina—Wascana Ralph Goodale[3] Michael Kram*[463] Mario Milanovski*[9] Ralph Goodale
Souris—Moose Mountain Robert Kitchen[464] Phillip M. Zajac*[9] Travis Patron[q] (unreg.)[465] Robert Kitchen
Yorkton—Melville Cathay Wagantall[466] Ryan Schultz[467] Cathay Wagantall

Northern Saskatchewan[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Battlefords—Lloydminster Rosemarie Falk[468] Jason MacInnis*[9] Rosemarie Falk
Carlton Trail—Eagle Creek Kelly Block[469] Jeff Wortman*[9] Kelly Block
Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River Tammy Cook-Searson*[3] Gary Vidal*[470] Georgina Jolibois*[471] Jerome Perrault*[9] Georgina Jolibois
Prince Albert Estelle Hjertaas*[3] Randy Hoback[472] Kelly Day*[9] Randy Hoback
Saskatoon—Grasswood Tracy Muggli*[3] Kevin Waugh[473] Mark Friesen*[9] Kevin Waugh
Saskatoon—University Corey J. Tochor*[474] Claire Card*[475] Luiz Augusto (Guto) Penteado*[9] Brad Trost§
Saskatoon West Brad Redekopp*[476] Sheri Benson*[477] Isaac J. Hayes*[9] Bronek Hart (Libert.)[462] Sheri Benson

Alberta[edit]

Rural Alberta[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Banff—Airdrie Blake Richards[478] Austin Mullins[479] Nadine R. Wellwood*[9] Nicholas (Nick) Flaumitsch (Ind.)[480] Blake Richards
Battle River—Crowfoot Damien C. Kurek,[481]
Jefferson McClung[482] or
Jeff Watson[483]
David A. Michaud*[9] Kevin Sorenson†$[484]
Bow River Martin Shields[485] Martin Shields
Foothills John Barlow[486] Greg Hession[487] John Barlow
Fort McMurray—Cold Lake David Yurdiga[488] Matthew Barrett,[489]
Brian Hughes[489] or
Ken Redden[489]
David Yurdiga
Grande Prairie—Mackenzie Chris Warkentin[490] Doug G. Burchill*[9] Chris Warkentin
Lakeland Shannon Stubbs[491] Alain Houle*[9] Robert McFadzean (Libert.)[492] Shannon Stubbs
Lethbridge Amy Bronson*[3] Rachael Harder[493] Shandi Bleiken[494] Grant Hepworth*[9] Rachael Harder
Medicine Hat—Cardston—Warner Glen Motz[495] Andrew Nelson*[9] Glen Motz
Peace River—Westlock Arnold Viersen[496] Arnold Viersen
Red Deer—Lacombe Blaine Calkins[497] Laura Lynn Tyler Thompson*[9] Blaine Calkins
Red Deer—Mountain View Earl Dreeshen[498] Paul Mitchell*[9] Earl Dreeshen
Yellowhead Gerald Soroka*[499] Douglas L. Galavan*[9] Cory Lystang (Libert.)[492] Jim Eglinski[500]

Edmonton and environs[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green Other
Edmonton Centre Randy Boissonnault[3] James Cumming*[501] Grad Murray[16] Randy Boissonnault
Edmonton Griesbach Brian Gold[482] Kerry Diotte[502] Kerry Diotte
Edmonton Manning Ziad Aboultaif[503] Dan Summers (PPC)[504] Ziad Aboultaif
Edmonton Mill Woods Amarjeet Sohi[3] Tim Uppal*[505] Amarjeet Sohi
Edmonton Riverbend Matt Jeneroux[506] Valerie R. Kennedy*[16] Kevin L. Morris* (PPC)[9] Matt Jeneroux
Edmonton Strathcona Eleanor Olszewski*[3] Julia Bareman[507] or
Sam Lilly[508]
Heather McPherson*[509] Michael Kalmanovitch[482] Ian Kael Cameron (PPC)[510] Linda Duncan[511]
Edmonton West Kerrie Johnston*[3] Kelly McCauley[512] Kelly McCauley
Edmonton—Wetaskiwin Mike Lake*[513] Neil Doell (PPC)[514] Mike Lake
St. Albert—Edmonton Michael Cooper[515] Cecelia Y. M. Brigitte* (PPC)[9][r] Michael Cooper
Sherwood Park—Fort Saskatchewan Garnett Genuis[516] Garnett Genuis
Sturgeon River—Parkland Dane Lloyd[517] Cassandra Romyn*[16] Ernest Chauvet (CHP)[518] Dane Lloyd

Calgary[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Calgary Centre Kent Hehr[3] Greg McLean*[519] Thana Boonleert[16] Kent Hehr
Calgary Confederation Todd Kathol,[520]
Larry Ottewell[521] or
Jordan Stein[522]
Len Webber[523] Natalie AM Odd* Colin Korol[524] Len Webber
Calgary Forest Lawn Al Kukhun[482] Deepak Obhrai[525] Dave Levesque*[9] Deepak Obhrai
Calgary Heritage Bob Benzen[526] Stephanie Hoeppner*[9] Bob Benzen
Calgary Midnapore Stephanie Kusie[527] Stephanie Kusie
Calgary Nose Hill Michelle Rempel[528] Kelly G. Lorencz*[9] Michelle Rempel
Calgary Rocky Ridge Pat Kelly[529] Catriona M. Wright*[16] Tyler Poulin*[9] Pat Kelly
Calgary Shepard Tom Kmiec[530] Tom Kmiec
Calgary Signal Hill Ron Liepert[531] Ron Liepert
Calgary Skyview Jagdeep K. Sahota*[532] Darshan Kang

British Columbia[edit]

BC Interior[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Cariboo—Prince George Todd Doherty[533] Todd Doherty
Central Okanagan—Similkameen—Nicola Mary Ann Murphy[534]
(nomination meeting 20 June)[534]
Dan Albas[535] Joan C. Phillip*[536] Allan G. Duncan*[9] Brynn A. Jones (Mar.)[537] Dan Albas
Kamloops—Thompson—Cariboo Terry Lake*[3] Cathy McLeod[538] Gina Myhill-Jones[539] Iain Currie[540]
(nomination meeting 26 June)[540]
Ken Finlayson[541] Peter Kerek (Comm.)[542] Cathy McLeod
Kelowna—Lake Country Stephen Fuhr[3] Tracy Gray*[543] Justin M.J. Kulik*[544] Tracy Polson[545] or
Silverado Socrates[545]
(nomination meeting 25 May)[545]
Salomon Rayek[546] Stephen Fuhr
Kootenay—Columbia Rob Morrison*[547] Wayne Stetski*[548] Richard D. Stewart*[9] Terry Tiessen (Libert.)[549] Wayne Stetski
North Okanagan—Shuswap Cindy Derkaz*[3] Mel Arnold[550] Harwinder Sandhu*[551] Marc Reinarz[16] Kyle H. Delfing*[9] Mel Arnold
Prince George—Peace River—Northern Rockies Bob Zimmer[552] Cody Gatzke[9] Bob Zimmer
Skeena—Bulkley Valley Claire Rattée*[553] Taylor Bachrach[554] Jody Craven*[9] Rodney L. Taylor* (CHP)[555] Nathan Cullen[556]
South Okanagan—West Kootenay Constance Denesiuk*[3] Helena R. Konanz*[557] Richard Cannings*[558] Sergio Zanatta[541] Richard Cannings

Fraser Valley and Southern Lower Mainland[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Abbotsford Seamus Heffernan[559] or
Paljeet Singh[559]
Ed Fast[560] Ed Fast
Chilliwack—Hope Mark Strahl[561] Arthur A. Green* Rob R.B. Bogunovic*[9] Mark Strahl
Cloverdale—Langley City John Aldag[3] Tamara N. Jansen*[562] Gurmant S. Grewal*[9] John Aldag
Delta Carla Qualtrough[3] Tanya Corbet[563] Craig DeCraene[16] Angelina M. Ireland*[9] Carla Qualtrough
Fleetwood—Port Kells Ken Hardie[3] Shinder P. Purewal*[564] Rae Banwarie[565] or
Annie Ohana[566]
Michel Poulin*[9][s] Ken Hardie
Langley—Aldergrove Leon Jensen[567] Tako van Popta*[568] Stacey Wakelin[569]
(nomination meeting 22 June)[570]
Mark Warawa†$[571]
Mission—Matsqui—Fraser Canyon Jati Sidhu[3] Brad S. Vis*[572] John Kidder[16] Jati Sidhu
Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge Dan Ruimy[3] Marc Dalton*[573] Dan Ruimy
Richmond Centre Alice Wong[574] Ivan Pak*[9] Alice Wong
South Surrey—White Rock Gordie Hogg[3] Kerry-Lynne D. Findlay*[575] Joel M. Poulin*[9] Gordie Hogg
Steveston—Richmond East Joe Peschisolido[3] Kenny K. W. Chiu*[576] Joe Peschisolido
Surrey Centre Randeep Sarai[3] Tina Bains[577] Sarjit Saran*[578] Jaswinder S. Dilawari*[9] Kevin S. Pielak* (CHP) Randeep Sarai
Surrey—Newton Sukh Dhaliwal[3] Harpreet Singh*[579][t] Sukh Dhaliwal

Vancouver and Northern Lower Mainland[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Burnaby North—Seymour Terry Beech[3] Hon-wa (Heather) Leung*[580] Svend Robinson*[581] Amita Kuttner[16] Rocky Y. Dong*[9] Terry Beech
Burnaby South Jay Shin[582] Jagmeet Singh[583] Al Rawdah*[9] Jagmeet Singh
Coquitlam—Port Coquitlam Ron McKinnon[3] Nicholas Insley*[584] Christina Gower[585] Brian S. Misera*[9] Ron McKinnon
New Westminster—Burnaby Ellen Vaillancourt[586] Megan Veck*[587] Peter Julian[588] (nomination meeting 18 June)[589] Peter Julian
North Vancouver Jonathan Wilkinson[3] Andrew E. Saxton*[590] Justine Bell[591] George Orr*[16] Azmairnin Jadavji*[9] Jonathan Wilkinson
Port Moody—Coquitlam Sara Badiei*[3] Nelly Shin[592] Bonita Zarrillo[593] Jayson N. Chabot*[9] Fin Donnelly[594]
Vancouver Centre Hedy Fry[3] David G. Cavey*[595] Breen Ouellette[596] Jesse D. Brown*[597] Louise A. Kierans*[9] Hedy Fry
Vancouver East Jenny Kwan[598] Bridget N. Burns*[16] Karin Litzcke*[9] Jenny Kwan
Vancouver Granville Sharna Sugarman[599] Ken Charko[600] or
Zach Segal[600]
Naomi Chocyk[601] Jody Wilson-Raybould (Ind.)[602] Jody Wilson-Raybould
Vancouver Kingsway Tamara Taggart*[3] Helen Shi-Ying Quan* Don Davies*[603] (nomination meeting 27 June)[604] Ian A. Torn*[9] Don Davies
Vancouver Quadra Joyce Murray[3] Francoise Raunet[605] Joyce Murray
Vancouver South Harjit Sajjan[3] Wai Young* Alain (Ya Nan) Deng*[9] Harjit Sajjan
West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast—Sea to Sky Country Gabrielle Loren*[606] Robert Douglas Bebb*[9] Pamela Goldsmith-Jones†$[607]

Vancouver Island[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC Other
Courtenay—Alberni Byron Horner[608] Gord Johns*[609] Sean Wood[610] Troy C. Whitley* Gord Johns
Cowichan—Malahat—Langford Alistair MacGregor*[611] Alistair MacGregor
Esquimalt—Saanich—Sooke Jamie Hammond*[3] Randall A. Pewarchuk* Randall Garrison*[612] David Merner*[16] Josh Steffler (Libert.)[613] Randall Garrison
Nanaimo—Ladysmith John Hirst[614][615] Bob Chamberlin[616]
(nomination meeting 18 June)[616]
Paul Manly[16] Jennifer M. Clarke[f] Paul Manly
North Island—Powell River Peter Schwarzhoff*[3] Shelley A. Downey*[617] Rachel Blaney*[618] Mark D.C. de Bruijn*[16] Peter A. T. Marcin*[9] Rachel Blaney
Saanich—Gulf Islands Ryan Windsor[619] David Busch*[620] Sabina Singh[621]
(nomination meeting 22 June)[621]
Elizabeth May*[16] Ronald A. Broda*[9] Elizabeth May
Victoria Laurel C. Collins*[622] Racelle Kooy*[16] Alyson G. Culbert*[9] Murray Rankin[623]

Nunavut[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC
Nunavut Megan Pizzo-Lyall[624] Leona Aglukkaq[624] Peter S. Scholz*[9] Hunter Tootoo

Northwest Territories[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC
Northwest Territories Michael McLeod[3] Yanik D'Aigle*[625] Paul Falvo or
Will Gagnon[626]
Luke T. Quinlan*[9] Michael McLeod

Yukon[edit]

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   PPC
Yukon Larry Bagnell[3] Jonas J. Smith*[627] Justin Lemphers*[628] Joseph J. Zelezny*[9] Larry Bagnell

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ No Affiliation is used by Elections Canada when a candidate leaves the Party Affiliation entry blank on his or her registration; this is often done by candidates from unregistered political parties.
  2. ^ The United Party of Canada is eligible for registration with Elections Canada.[1] It is not the United Party of Canada that was deregistered in 2016.
  3. ^ If the Nomination Contests database disagrees with the Elections Canada list of candidates in a riding, the list of candidates has precedence.
  4. ^ Darryl P. Kenney was acclaimed for the PPC nomination in Avalon[2] but later chose to withdraw.[4]
  5. ^ Elections Canada has his name as Eric Hebert.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Candidate has been removed from the official PPC candidate page; this is probably due to update error as even Maxime Bernier has been deleted and later restored.[9]
  7. ^ Harzadan Singh Khattra won the nomination on 19 March. The nomination was appealed by another nomination contestant and Khattra was removed in April by the National Candidate Selection Committee for undisclosed reasons.[233]
  8. ^ Under Conservative Party rules, any byelection winners after November 2017 are automatically nominated for the 2019 general election.
  9. ^ a b Costas Menegakis was acclaimed on 15 February 2018 in Aurora—Oak Ridges—Richmond Hill[2] but changed ridings after Leona Alleslev crossed the floor in parliament.
  10. ^ Leona Alleslev was announced as the Liberal candidate in July 2018 but crossed the floor to join the Conservatives in September of that year.
  11. ^ Philpott was acclaimed as the Liberal candidate for Markham–Stouffville on 23 November 2018 but was later ejected from the Liberal caucus.[2]
  12. ^ CPC candidate page has her name as Kimberly Fawcett Smith.
  13. ^ Rachel Willson is registered with Elections Canada[2] as Rachel E. Heineman.
  14. ^ Mark DeMontis was acclaimed as the Conservative candidate on 28 February 2019[2] but later withdrew.[313]
  15. ^ Marwan Hage was announced as the Conservative candidate in December 2018[343] but withdrew in February 2019.[344]
  16. ^ Lau's nomination is under appeal.[404]
  17. ^ Patron is leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party, which claims to be in the process of registering with Elections Canada.
  18. ^ Listed as Brigitte Cecelia on the PPC candidate page.
  19. ^ Poulin is listed on the PPC candidate page as Michel Joseph Ambroise Poulin.
  20. ^ Harpreet Singh is registered with Elections Canada as Harpreet S. Sachal[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Registered Political Parties and Parties Eligible for Registration". Elections Canada. Retrieved 18 January 2019.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h "Nomination Contest Database". Elections Canada. Retrieved 15 June 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm cn co cp cq cr cs ct cu cv cw cx cy cz da db dc dd de df dg dh di dj dk dl dm dn do dp dq dr ds dt du dv dw dx dy dz ea eb ec ed ee ef eg eh ei ej ek el em en eo ep eq er es et eu ev ew ex ey ez fa fb fc fd fe ff fg fh fi fj fk fl fm fn fo fp fq fr fs ft fu fv fw fx fy fz ga gb gc gd ge gf gg gh gi gj gk gl gm gn go gp gq "Team Trudeau 2019 Candidates". Liberal Party of Canada. Retrieved 15 June 2019.
  4. ^ Maher, David. "Controversial start for People's Party in Newfoundland and Labrador" (9 June 2019). The Telegram. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
  5. ^ "Bonavista-Burin-Trinity candidate page". Conservative Party of Canada. Retrieved 7 November 2018.
  6. ^ "Coast of Bays—Central—Notre Dame candidate page". Conservative Party of Canada. Retrieved 4 May 2019.
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