Population of Canadian federal ridings

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This is a list of Canada's 308 federal electoral districts (also known as ridings in Canadian English) as defined by the 2003 Representation Order, which came into effect on May 23, 2004. The ridings are organized by population.

2011 federal election[edit]

District number Province or Territory Name Population Electors Turnout Won By
10001  NL Avalon 78,381 64,424 56.8%   Scott Andrews
10002  NL Bonavista—Gander—Grand Falls—Windsor 86,394 69,936 44.8%   Scott Simms
10003  NL Humber—St. Barbe—Baie Verte 73,171 59,109 50.9%   Gerry Byrne
10004  NL Labrador 26,364 20,305 52.9%   Peter Penashue
10005  NL Random—Burin—St. George's 71,219 57,556 45.4%   Judy Foote
10006  NL St. John's East 88,002 76,424 57.8%   Jack Harris
10007  NL St. John's South—Mount Pearl 81,938 67,025 58.3%   Ryan Cleary
11001  PE Cardigan 35,067 27,581 77%   Lawrence MacAulay
11002  PE Charlottetown 32,174 26,760 69.4%   Sean Casey
11003  PE Egmont 34,814 27,197 71%   Gail Shea
11004  PE Malpeque 33,796 26,918 75.7%   Wayne Easter
12001  NS Cape Breton—Canso 71,968 57,331 62.5%   Rodger Cuzner
12002  NS Central Nova 72,966 57,963 66%   Peter MacKay
12007  NS Cumberland—Colchester—Musquodoboit Valley 87,895 69,188 58.3%   Scott Armstrong
12003  NS Dartmouth—Cole Harbour 87,886 70,756 61.4%   Robert Chisholm
12004  NS Halifax 89,448 73,357 63%   Megan Leslie
12005  NS Halifax West 88,756 72,862 62.3%   Geoff Regan
12006  NS Kings—Hants 81,531 65,355 61.8%   Scott Brison
12008  NS Sackville—Eastern Shore 86,963 70,329 59.5%   Peter Stoffer
12009  NS South Shore—St. Margaret's 82,855 67,296 62.2%   Gerald Keddy
12010  NS Sydney—Victoria 76,801 60,719 61.5%   Mark Eyking
12011  NS West Nova 86,393 67,938 63.7%   Greg Kerr
13001  NB Acadie—Bathurst 78,948 66,298 70.3%   Yvon Godin
13002  NB Beauséjour 76,259 63,267 71.2%   Dominic LeBlanc
13003  NB Fredericton 85,886 69,732 64.2%   Keith Ashfield
13004  NB Fundy Royal 69,471 56,795 64.6%   Rob Moore
13005  NB Madawaska—Restigouche 62,593 50,966 69.8%   Bernard Valcourt
13006  NB Miramichi 53,844 43,547 71.4%   Tilly O'Neill Gordon
13007  NB Moncton—Riverview—Dieppe 89,334 75,298 65.2%   Robert Goguen
13008  NB New Brunswick Southwest 63,232 49,578 64.7%   John Williamson
13009  NB Saint John 82,078 64,264 58%   Rodney Weston
13010  NB Tobique—Mactaquac 68,352 53,073 63.9%   Mike Allen
24046  QC Abitibi—Baie-James—Nunavik—Eeyou 80,894 59,325 53.3%   Romeo Saganash
24001  QC Abitibi—Témiscamingue 102,795 82,079 59.7%   Christine Moore
24002  QC Ahuntsic 100,471 73,254 64.7%   Maria Mourani
24003  QC Alfred-Pellan 104,765 84,630 65.7%   Rosane Doré Lefebvre
24004  QC Argenteuil—Papineau—Mirabel 111,534 96,723 61.1%   Mylène Freeman
24054  QC Bas-Richelieu—Nicolet—Bécancour 91,745 77,290 65.7%   Louis Plamondon
24005  QC Beauce 103,617 84,941 63%   Maxime Bernier
24006  QC Beauharnois—Salaberry 106,856 89,454 62.1%   Anne Minh-Thu Quach
24007  QC Beauport—Limoilou 101,331 84,859 63.2%   Raymond Côté
24008  QC Berthier—Maskinongé 107,911 90,838 63.6%   Ruth Ellen Brosseau
24009  QC Bourassa 100,683 70,207 55.1%   Denis Coderre
24010  QC Brome—Missisquoi 92,591 80,371 66.1%   Pierre Jacob
24011  QC Brossard—La Prairie 113,985 96,795 64.8%   Hoang Mai
24012  QC Chambly—Borduas 116,925 99,210 70.4%   Matthew Dubé
24013  QC Charlesbourg—Haute-Saint-Charles 94,522 82,345 66.1%   Anne-Marie Day
24015  QC Châteauguay—Saint-Constant 107,165 88,908 63.9%   Sylvain Chicoine
24016  QC Chicoutimi—Le Fjord 96,483 79,369 65.1%   Dany Morin
24017  QC Compton—Stanstead 100,148 80,470 63.6%   Jean Rousseau
24018  QC Drummond 92,982 77,280 62.5%   François Choquette
24019  QC Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 82,007 69,429 53.8%   Philip Toone
24020  QC Gatineau 108,742 89,537 64.1%   Françoise Boivin
24041  QC Haute-Gaspésie—La Mitis—Matane—Matapédia 73,140 59,397 59.7%   Jean-François Fortin
24021  QC Hochelaga 100,915 80,515 58.4%   Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet
24022  QC Honoré-Mercier 106,196 81,736 59.8%   Paulina Ayala
24023  QC Hull—Aylmer 110,902 91,958 65%   Nycole Turmel
24024  QC Jeanne-Le Ber 112,863 89,365 59.1%   Tyrone Benskin
24025  QC Joliette 108,169 91,695 63.3%   Francine Raynault
24026  QC Jonquière—Alma 97,232 81,098 65.8%   Claude Patry
24027  QC Lac-Saint-Louis 105,622 82,542 65.9%   Francis Scarpaleggia
24028  QC La Pointe-de-l'Île 99,685 80,201 60.4%   Ève Péclet
24029  QC LaSalle—Émard 100,327 74,755 56.9%   Hélène LeBlanc
24030  QC Laurentides—Labelle 105,884 92,025 62.2%   Marc-André Morin
24031  QC Laurier—Sainte-Marie 101,758 79,772 63.4%   Hélène Laverdière
24032  QC Laval 102,230 85,204 60.6%   José Nunez-Melo
24033  QC Laval—Les Îles 111,958 92,755 58.9%   François Pilon
24034  QC Lévis—Bellechasse 105,927 90,515 65.9%   Steven Blaney
24035  QC Longueuil—Pierre-Boucher 98,032 78,791 67.1%   Pierre Nantel
24036  QC Lotbinière—Chutes-de-la-Chaudière 100,454 82,725 69.2%   Jacques Gourde
24037  QC Louis-Hébert 101,730 82,760 73.8%   Denis Blanchette
24038  QC Louis-Saint-Laurent 96,286 86,945 66.2%   Alexandrine Latendresse
24039  QC Manicouagan 83,608 65,648 52%   Jonathan Genest-Jourdain
24040  QC Marc-Aurèle-Fortin 107,149 87,923 67.5%   Alain Giguère
24042  QC Mégantic—L'Érable 87,078 70,238 64.6%   Christian Paradis
24043  QC Montcalm 122,825 107,677 61.5%   Manon Perreault
24058  QC Montmagny—L'Islet—Kamouraska—Rivière-du-Loup 97,492 78,969 61.1%   François Lapointe
24014  QC Montmorency—Charlevoix—Haute-Côte-Nord 90,535 76,661 62.3%   Jonathan Tremblay
24044  QC Mount Royal 98,888 68,556 57.4%   Irwin Cotler
24045  QC Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Lachine 104,715 77,977 58.5%   Isabelle Morin
24047  QC Outremont 95,771 65,573 59.7%   Thomas Mulcair
24048  QC Papineau 101,019 70,973 61.1%   Justin Trudeau
24049  QC Pierrefonds—Dollard 105,504 81,767 59.2%   Lysane Blanchette-Lamothe
24050  QC Pontiac 99,589 82,670 59.7%   Mathieu Ravignat
24051  QC Portneuf—Jacques-Cartier 93,526 81,093 65.9%   Élaine Michaud
24052  QC Québec 95,433 80,608 66.1%   Annick Papillon
24053  QC Repentigny 109,636 94,047 66.8%   Jean-François Larose
24055  QC Richmond—Arthabaska 100,116 82,637 65.6%   André Bellavance
24056  QC Rimouski-Neigette—Témiscouata—Les Basques 84,453 68,625 62.9%   Guy Caron
24057  QC Rivière-des-Mille-Îles 97,258 79,689 66.6%   Laurin Liu
24059  QC Rivière-du-Nord 101,576 90,638 60.1%   Pierre Dionne Labelle
24060  QC Roberval—Lac-Saint-Jean 78,895 63,645 64.2%   Denis Lebel
24061  QC Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie 105,864 81,961 66.5%   Alexandre Boulerice
24062  QC Saint-Bruno—Saint-Hubert 101,416 82,381 67.2%   Djaouida Sellah
24063  QC Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot 95,983 79,289 66%   Marie-Claude Morin
24064  QC Saint-Jean 102,902 85,777 62.3%   Tarik Brahmi
24065  QC Saint-Lambert 94,541 73,523 60.5%   Sadia Groguhé
24066  QC Saint-Laurent—Cartierville 109,015 78,870 52.2%   Stéphane Dion
24067  QC Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel 104,786 71,999 51.3%   Massimo Pacetti
24068  QC Saint-Maurice—Champlain 96,968 80,534 60.7%   Lise St-Denis
24069  QC Shefford 100,000 84,666 64.8%   Réjean Genest
24070  QC Sherbrooke 101,681 82,918 63.4%   Pierre-Luc Dusseault
24071  QC Terrebonne—Blainville 107,694 88,734 65.7%   Charmaine Borg
24072  QC Trois-Rivières 94,272 79,520 64.5%   Robert Aubin
24073  QC Vaudreuil-Soulanges 120,395 104,325 67.1%   Jamie Nicholls
24074  QC Verchères—Les Patriotes 97,726 80,472 71.4%   Sana Hassainia
24075  QC Westmount—Ville-Marie 100,360 77,656 53.4%   Marc Garneau
35001  ON Ajax—Pickering 117,183 93,565 60.3%   Chris Alexander
35002  ON Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing 77,961 58,857 61.9%   Carol Hughes
35003  ON Ancaster—Dundas—Flamborough—Westdale 111,844 86,382 68.5%   David Sweet
35004  ON Barrie 128,430 94,939 59.9%   Patrick Brown
35005  ON Beaches—East York 104,831 73,302 66.7%   Matthew Kellway
35006  ON Bramalea—Gore—Malton 152,698 108,751 53.6%   Bal Gosal
35007  ON Brampton—Springdale 131,797 89,017 57.7%   Parm Gill
35008  ON Brampton West 170,422 117,926 54%   Kyle Seeback
35009  ON Brant 125,136 95,508 60.3%   Phil McColeman
35026  ON Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound 105,947 79,977 64.1%   Larry Miller
35010  ON Burlington 118,310 91,716 66.5%   Mike Wallace
35011  ON Cambridge 129,434 94,591 58.5%   Gary Goodyear
35012  ON Carleton—Mississippi Mills 128,915 107,407 71.7%   Gordon O'Connor
35013  ON Chatham-Kent—Essex 109,484 74,231 58.8%   Dave Van Kesteren
35015  ON Davenport 104,615 66,731 59.2%   Andrew Cash
35016  ON Don Valley East 109,640 69,690 56.6%   Joe Daniel
35017  ON Don Valley West 117,083 82,107 65.4%   John Carmichael
35018  ON Dufferin—Caledon 111,486 81,155 60.1%   David Tilson
35014  ON Durham 118,500 92,470 63.2%   Bev Oda
35019  ON Eglinton—Lawrence 110,066 73,522 66.2%   Joe Oliver
35020  ON Elgin—Middlesex—London 110,028 81,661 62.2%   Joe Preston
35021  ON Essex 123,872 90,421 58.5%   Jeff Watson
35022  ON Etobicoke Centre 111,349 81,765 64.6%   Ted Opitz
35023  ON Etobicoke—Lakeshore 114,641 87,188 62.8%   Bernard Trottier
35024  ON Etobicoke North 108,501 63,014 51.6%   Kirsty Duncan
35025  ON Glengarry—Prescott—Russell 104,309 85,413 67.9%   Pierre Lemieux
35027  ON Guelph 114,943 91,316 64.9%   Frank Valeriote
35028  ON Haldimand—Norfolk 107,775 80,640 62.8%   Diane Finley
35029  ON Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock 119,141 93,250 63%   Barry Devolin
35030  ON Halton 151,943 131,924 61.7%   Lisa Raitt
35031  ON Hamilton Centre 117,509 78,562 53.6%   David Christopherson
35032  ON Hamilton East—Stoney Creek 116,434 85,710 57.1%   Wayne Marston
35033  ON Hamilton Mountain 122,729 89,312 61.1%   Chris Charlton
35034  ON Huron—Bruce 104,313 78,695 68%   Ben Lobb
35035  ON Kenora 64,291 42,036 58.8%   Greg Rickford
35036  ON Kingston and the Islands 119,069 96,049 63.4%   Ted Hsu
35037  ON Kitchener Centre 107,540 80,480 62.1%   Stephen Woodworth
35038  ON Kitchener—Conestoga 114,405 88,766 60.4%   Harold Albrecht
35039  ON Kitchener—Waterloo 126,742 95,966 69.2%   Peter Braid
35046  ON Lambton—Kent—Middlesex 107,635 79,754 64.5%   Bev Shipley
35040  ON Lanark—Frontenac—Lennox and Addington 117,389 91,463 64.6%   Scott Reid
35041  ON Leeds—Grenville 99,206 76,802 64.4%   Gord Brown
35042  ON London—Fanshawe 107,218 75,138 57%   Irene Mathyssen
35043  ON London North Centre 115,250 88,478 59.8%   Susan Truppe
35044  ON London West 118,335 93,915 66.5%   Ed Holder
35045  ON Markham—Unionville 127,191 92,638 54.2%   John McCallum
35047  ON Mississauga—Brampton South 136,470 94,531 56.3%   Eve Adams
35048  ON Mississauga East—Cooksville 126,642 85,018 55.7%   Wladyslaw Lizon
35049  ON Mississauga—Erindale 143,361 105,430 60.4%   Robert Dechert
35050  ON Mississauga South 110,932 78,551 63.2%   Stella Ambler
35051  ON Mississauga—Streetsville 130,033 87,480 57.8%   Brad Butt
35052  ON Nepean—Carleton 133,245 112,535 71.2%   Pierre Poilievre
35053  ON Newmarket—Aurora 121,924 92,731 63%   Lois Brown
35054  ON Niagara Falls 126,696 96,176 56.4%   Rob Nicholson
35055  ON Niagara West—Glanbrook 111,024 89,763 65.8%   Dean Allison
35056  ON Nickel Belt 89,377 72,280 62.1%   Claude Gravelle
35057  ON Nipissing—Timiskaming 90,963 70,754 60.1%   Jay Aspin
35058  ON Northumberland—Quinte West 123,706 96,154 63.7%   Rick Norlock
35059  ON Oak Ridges—Markham 169,642 153,972 59%   Paul Calandra
35060  ON Oakville 113,714 85,920 68%   Terence Young
35061  ON Oshawa 116,881 89,635 56.8%   Colin Carrie
35062  ON Ottawa Centre 109,336 90,008 72.4%   Paul Dewar
35063  ON Ottawa—Orléans 109,950 89,802 71.7%   Royal Galipeau
35064  ON Ottawa South 117,581 87,399 67.8%   David McGuinty
35065  ON Ottawa—Vanier 101,611 79,309 66.5%   Mauril Bélanger
35066  ON Ottawa West—Nepean 109,735 82,874 68.4%   John Baird
35067  ON Oxford 102,756 77,035 61.9%   Dave MacKenzie
35068  ON Parkdale—High Park 102,142 74,463 68.7%   Peggy Nash
35069  ON Parry Sound—Muskoka 90,281 71,477 65.1%   Tony Clement
35070  ON Perth—Wellington 103,874 73,391 63.5%   Gary Schellenberger
35071  ON Peterborough 116,626 91,709 64.7%   Dean Del Mastro
35072  ON Pickering—Scarborough East 106,602 78,501 61.2%   Corneliu Chisu
35073  ON Prince Edward—Hastings 113,227 89,208 61.4%   Daryl Kramp
35074  ON Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke 98,803 78,307 65.8%   Cheryl Gallant
35075  ON Richmond Hill 122,614 90,924 55.2%   Costas Menegakis
35076  ON St. Catharines 112,869 83,475 60.5%   Rick Dykstra
35077  ON St. Paul's 111,131 83,367 66.5%   Carolyn Bennett
35078  ON Sarnia—Lambton 105,360 79,688 62.6%   Pat Davidson
35079  ON Sault Ste. Marie 89,028 69,259 64.2%   Bryan Hayes
35080  ON Scarborough—Agincourt 111,867 73,205 56%   Jim Karygiannis
35081  ON Scarborough Centre 108,010 70,274 54.3%   Roxanne James
35082  ON Scarborough—Guildwood 108,813 67,728 56.8%   John McKay
35083  ON Scarborough—Rouge River 130,974 85,183 55%   Rathika Sitsabaiesan
35084  ON Scarborough Southwest 102,196 69,389 58.4%   Dan Harris
35085  ON Simcoe—Grey 125,985 99,354 65.1%   Kellie Leitch
35086  ON Simcoe North 119,400 90,779 64.1%   Bruce Stanton
35087  ON Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry 99,764 76,915 62.1%   Guy Lauzon
35088  ON Sudbury 92,161 72,019 63.3%   Glenn Thibeault
35089  ON Thornhill 131,978 99,867 60%   Peter Kent
35090  ON Thunder Bay—Rainy River 85,153 62,765 59.4%   John Rafferty
35091  ON Thunder Bay—Superior North 82,589 61,546 59.9%   Bruce Hyer
35092  ON Timmins—James Bay 80,791 60,095 55.6%   Charlie Angus
35093  ON Toronto Centre 121,407 88,810 62.9%   Bob Rae
35094  ON Toronto—Danforth 103,655 74,409 65%   Jack Layton
35095  ON Trinity—Spadina 115,361 101,020 64.9%   Olivia Chow
35096  ON Vaughan 154,206 125,059 55.1%   Julian Fantino
35097  ON Welland 112,875 85,007 61.4%   Malcolm Allen
35098  ON Wellington—Halton Hills 111,241 83,499 66.2%   Michael Chong
35099  ON Whitby—Oshawa 135,893 103,125 62.5%   Jim Flaherty
35100  ON Willowdale 129,356 93,584 57.2%   Chungsen Leung
35101  ON Windsor—Tecumseh 118,478 84,458 53%   Joe Comartin
35102  ON Windsor West 122,219 81,984 48.8%   Brian Masse
35103  ON York Centre 113,457 71,753 59%   Mark Adler
35104  ON York—Simcoe 120,371 91,662 57.9%   Peter Van Loan
35105  ON York South—Weston 114,458 68,361 51.9%   Mike Sullivan
35106  ON York West 103,948 58,090 48.2%   Judy Sgro
46001  MB Brandon—Souris 84,602 61,289 57.5%   Merv Tweed
46002  MB Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia 81,469 62,609 64.8%   Steven Fletcher
46003  MB Churchill 75,232 46,068 43.8%   Niki Ashton
46004  MB Dauphin—Swan River—Marquette 75,103 53,701 54.9%   Robert Sopuck
46005  MB Elmwood—Transcona 78,700 59,154 55.9%   Lawrence Toet
46006  MB Kildonan—St. Paul 81,532 63,866 61.3%   Joy Smith
46007  MB Portage—Lisgar 85,653 59,799 59.4%   Candice Hoeppner
46008  MB Provencher 87,737 64,104 61.7%   Vic Toews
46009  MB Saint Boniface 84,473 65,604 66.2%   Shelly Glover
46010  MB Selkirk—Interlake 90,807 66,370 62.3%   James Bezan
46011  MB Winnipeg Centre 81,017 54,364 48.2%   Pat Martin
46012  MB Winnipeg North 79,366 51,894 49.3%   Kevin Lamoureux
46013  MB Winnipeg South 84,424 64,144 68.4%   Rod Bruinooge
46014  MB Winnipeg South Centre 78,286 58,075 69%   Joyce Bateman
47001  SK Battlefords—Lloydminster 71,184 50,655 56.9%   Gerry Ritz
47002  SK Blackstrap 76,273 61,955 69.3%   Lynne Yelich
47004  SK Cypress Hills—Grasslands 60,551 44,539 66.3%   David Anderson
47003  SK Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River 67,937 43,739 50.4%   Rob Gordon Clarke
47005  SK Palliser 65,956 50,175 67.4%   Ray Boughen
47006  SK Prince Albert 71,159 51,656 60%   Randy Hoback
47007  SK Regina—Lumsden—Lake Centre 65,885 51,380 66.3%   Tom Lukiwski
47008  SK Regina—Qu'Appelle 66,698 49,386 60.4%   Andrew Scheer
47009  SK Saskatoon—Humboldt 75,051 57,055 66.5%   Brad Trost
47010  SK Saskatoon—Rosetown—Biggar 69,547 49,947 60.5%   Kelly Block
47011  SK Saskatoon—Wanuskewin 72,867 57,654 63.1%   Maurice Vellacott
47012  SK Souris—Moose Mountain 63,238 47,061 62.2%   Ed Komarnicki
47013  SK Wascana 75,717 57,815 67.2%   Ralph Goodale
47014  SK Yorkton—Melville 66,094 50,797 62.7%   Garry Breitkreuz
48006  AB Calgary Centre 124,197 89,536 55.3%   Lee Richardson
48003  AB Calgary Centre-North 114,615 84,609 59.7%   Michelle Rempel
48002  AB Calgary East 110,479 75,850 45.9%   Deepak Obhrai
48004  AB Calgary Northeast 129,015 87,307 47.8%   Devinder Shory
48005  AB Calgary—Nose Hill 130,942 101,910 56.6%   Diane Ablonczy
48007  AB Calgary Southeast 125,738 106,439 59.5%   Jason Kenney
48008  AB Calgary Southwest 120,750 95,026 60.4%   Stephen Harper
48009  AB Calgary West 132,162 103,812 62.3%   Robert Anders
48010  AB Crowfoot 114,825 88,881 59.2%   Kevin Sorenson
48012  AB Edmonton Centre 120,326 86,408 57.2%   Laurie Hawn
48013  AB Edmonton East 128,199 92,507 49.6%   Peter Goldring
48014  AB Edmonton—Leduc 116,986 101,532 58.7%   James Rajotte
48011  AB Edmonton—Mill Woods—Beaumont 112,919 86,529 53%   Mike Lake
48015  AB Edmonton—St. Albert 126,447 97,504 55.9%   Brent Rathgeber
48016  AB Edmonton—Sherwood Park 118,073 94,602 58.4%   Tim Uppal
48017  AB Edmonton—Spruce Grove 128,945 105,599 55.8%   Rona Ambrose
48018  AB Edmonton—Strathcona 99,267 73,444 66.5%   Linda Duncan
48001  AB Fort McMurray—Athabasca 100,805 76,298 40.3%   Brian Jean
48019  AB Lethbridge 113,531 90,036 53.7%   Jim Hillyer
48020  AB Macleod 107,638 85,720 60.4%   Ted Menzies
48021  AB Medicine Hat 113,085 82,599 52.1%   LaVar Payne
48022  AB Peace River 138,009 98,135 49%   Chris Warkentin
48023  AB Red Deer 124,063 93,723 53.5%   Earl Dreeshen
48024  AB Vegreville—Wainwright 111,427 83,790 58.7%   Leon Benoit
48025  AB Westlock—St. Paul 101,010 76,291 55.2%   Brian Storseth
48026  AB Wetaskiwin 107,914 80,262 57.9%   Blaine Calkins
48027  AB Wild Rose 115,872 95,631 61.2%   Blake Richards
48028  AB Yellowhead 103,111 75,410 55.1%   Rob Merrifield
59001  BC Abbotsford 124,515 85,143 59%   Ed Fast
59026  BC British Columbia Southern Interior 95,477 75,751 65.6%   Alex Atamanenko
59002  BC Burnaby—Douglas 112,119 84,911 57.6%   Kennedy Stewart
59003  BC Burnaby—New Westminster 118,713 84,271 53.3%   Peter Julian
59004  BC Cariboo—Prince George 106,382 76,216 57.3%   Dick Harris
59005  BC Chilliwack—Fraser Canyon 112,118 84,930 58.1%   Mark Strahl
59006  BC Delta—Richmond East 106,103 80,821 59.7%   Kerry-Lynne Findlay
59008  BC Esquimalt—Juan de Fuca 120,669 98,477 65.2%   Randall C. Garrison
59009  BC Fleetwood—Port Kells 123,243 95,797 52.9%   Nina Grewal
59010  BC Kamloops—Thompson—Cariboo 114,675 90,855 62.7%   Cathy McLeod
59011  BC Kelowna—Lake Country 122,214 100,884 59.8%   Ron Cannan
59012  BC Kootenay—Columbia 86,811 67,663 63.4%   David Wilks
59013  BC Langley 117,858 90,225 61.3%   Mark Warawa
59014  BC Nanaimo—Alberni 121,434 98,657 66.7%   James Lunney
59015  BC Nanaimo—Cowichan 125,149 99,872 64.2%   Jean Crowder
59016  BC Newton—North Delta 118,649 75,535 61.4%   Jinny Sims
59017  BC New Westminster—Coquitlam 111,231 84,337 59.6%   Fin Donnelly
59019  BC North Vancouver 122,371 89,416 66.9%   Andrew Saxton
59020  BC Okanagan—Coquihalla 107,316 86,195 61.9%   Dan Albas
59018  BC Okanagan—Shuswap 116,236 91,762 61.9%   Colin Mayes
59007  BC Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge—Mission 120,662 89,613 59.3%   Randy Kamp
59021  BC Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam 116,563 86,190 56.5%   James Moore
59022  BC Prince George—Peace River 105,865 72,580 53.3%   Bob Zimmer
59023  BC Richmond 114,137 85,643 50.5%   Alice Wong
59024  BC Saanich—Gulf Islands 115,724 93,380 73.9%   Elizabeth May
59025  BC Skeena—Bulkley Valley 91,926 61,043 57.7%   Nathan Paul Cullen
59027  BC South Surrey—White Rock—Cloverdale 111,756 91,485 64.3%   Russ Hiebert
59028  BC Surrey North 111,960 72,145 51.6%   Jasbir Sandhu
59029  BC Vancouver Centre 123,701 102,201 57.7%   Hedy Fry
59030  BC Vancouver East 106,816 81,801 54.4%   Libby Davies
59031  BC Vancouver Island North 113,356 90,374 65.5%   John Duncan
59032  BC Vancouver Kingsway 119,815 82,619 57.1%   Don Davies
59033  BC Vancouver Quadra 119,627 87,224 62.4%   Joyce Murray
59034  BC Vancouver South 120,284 82,509 54.9%   Wai Young
59035  BC Victoria 108,771 89,750 67.5%   Denise Savoie
59036  BC West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast—Sea to Sky Country 129,241 99,642 63.3%   John Dunbar Weston
60001  YT Yukon 30,372 24,341 66.2%   Ryan Leef
61001  NT Western Arctic 41,464 29,020 53.9%   Dennis Bevington
62001  NU Nunavut 29,474 17,349 45.7%   Leona Aglukkaq

Post-election changes[edit]

As of July 18, 2015, there have been changes to the representation in 34 ridings. In some cases, the representative has not changed, but their party affiliation has.

Date District number Province or Territory District Representative Reason for change
September 22, 2011 35094  ON Toronto—Danforth   Jack Layton Died of cancer.
December 5, 2011 48013  AB Edmonton East   Peter Goldring Voluntarily left the Conservative caucus, but retained affiliation.[1][2]
January 10, 2012 24068  QC Saint-Maurice—Champlain   Lise St-Denis Changed affiliation from NDP to Liberal.[3]
March 19, 2012 35094  ON Toronto—Danforth   Craig Scott March 19, 2012 by-election.
April 23, 2012 35091  ON Thunder Bay—Superior North   Bruce Hyer Voluntarily left the NDP caucus, but retained party membership.[4][5]
May 30, 2012 48006  AB Calgary Centre   Lee Richardson Resigned from the House to accept a job working for Alberta Premier Alison Redford.[6]
July 31, 2012 35014  ON Durham   Bev Oda Voluntarily resigned from the Cabinet and the House following a series of personal expense scandals.[7]
August 31, 2012 59035  BC Victoria   Denise Savoie Voluntarily resigned from Parliament for health reasons.[8]
November 26, 2012 48006  AB Calgary Centre   Joan Crockatt November 26, 2012 by-election.
November 26, 2012 35014  ON Durham   Erin O'Toole November 26, 2012 by-election.
November 26, 2012 59035  BC Victoria   Murray Rankin November 26, 2012 by-election.
February 27, 2013 24026  QC Jonquière—Alma   Claude Patry Changed affiliation from NDP to Bloc Québécois.[9]
March 14, 2013 10004  NL Labrador   Peter Penashue Resigned to run in a by-election.[10]
May 13, 2013 10004  NL Labrador   Yvonne Jones May 5, 2013 by-election.
June 2, 2013 24009  QC Bourassa   Denis Coderre Resigned to run for mayor of Montreal.[11]
June 5, 2013 48015  AB Edmonton—St. Albert   Brent Rathgeber Voluntarily left the Conservative caucus, citing the Conservative party's "lack of commitment to transparency and open government".[12]
June 6, 2013 48013  AB Edmonton East   Peter Goldring Rejoined Conservative caucus.[13]
July 9, 2013 46008  MB Provencher   Vic Toews Resigned citing a desire to spend more time with his family.[14]
July 31, 2013 35093  ON Toronto Centre   Bob Rae Resigned to become First Nations negotiator in Ontario.[15][16]
August 31, 2013 46001  MB Brandon—Souris   Merv Tweed Resigned to become President of OmniTRAX Canada.[17]
September 12, 2013 24002  QC Ahuntsic   Maria Mourani Expelled from Bloc Québécois caucus due to comments against the provincial Parti Québécois government's proposed Quebec Charter of Values.[18]
September 26, 2013 35071  ON Peterborough   Dean Del Mastro Left caucus after being charged with breaking campaign rules during the 2008 election, but retained affiliation.[19][20]
November 6, 2013 48020  AB Macleod   Ted Menzies Resigned to become President and CEO of CropLife Canada.[21]
November 25, 2013 24009  QC Bourassa   Emmanuel Dubourg November 25, 2013 by-election.
November 25, 2013 46008  MB Provencher   Ted Falk November 25, 2013 by-election.
November 25, 2013 35093  ON Toronto Centre   Chrystia Freeland November 25, 2013 by-election.
November 25, 2013 46001  MB Brandon—Souris   Larry Maguire November 25, 2013 by-election.
December 13, 2013 35091  ON Thunder Bay—Superior North   Bruce Hyer Joined Green caucus.[22]
January 17, 2014 48001  AB Fort McMurray—Athabasca   Brian Jean Resigned to return to private life.[23][24]
March 12, 2014 35095  ON Trinity—Spadina   Olivia Chow Resigned to run for mayor of Toronto.[25]
April 1, 2014 35080  ON Scarborough—Agincourt   Jim Karygiannis Resigned to enter Toronto municipal politics.[26]
April 10, 2014 35099  ON Whitby—Oshawa   Jim Flaherty Died of a heart attack.[27]
June 6, 2014 24043  QC Montcalm   Manon Perreault Suspended from caucus after being charged with public mischief.[28][29]
June 30, 2014 48020  AB Macleod   John Barlow June 30, 2013 by-election.
June 30, 2014 48001  AB Fort McMurray—Athabasca   David Yurdiga June 30, 2013 by-election.
June 30, 2014 35095  ON Trinity—Spadina   Adam Vaughan June 30, 2013 by-election.
June 30, 2014 35080  ON Scarborough—Agincourt   Arnold Chan June 30, 2013 by-election.
August 12, 2014 24041  QC Haute-Gaspésie—La Mitis—Matane—Matapédia   Jean-François Fortin Resigned from Bloc Québécois caucus due to differences with newly elected Party Leader Mario Beaulieu.[30]
August 20, 2014 24074  QC Verchères—Les Patriotes   Sana Hassainia Resigned from NDP caucus due to a conflict with the party over its stance on the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict.[31]
August 25, 2014 24055  QC Richmond—Arthabaska   André Bellavance Resigned from Bloc Québécois caucus due to differences with newly elected Party Leader Mario Beaulieu.[32]
September 17, 2014 48028  AB Yellowhead   Rob Merrifield Resigned to accept an appointment from Alberta Premier Jim Prentice as the province's envoy to the United States.[33][34]
October 21, 2014 24041  QC Haute-Gaspésie—La Mitis—Matane—Matapédia   Jean-François Fortin Co-created Strength in Democracy.[35]
October 21, 2014 24053  QC Repentigny   Jean-François Larose Resigned from NDP caucus upon co-creating Strength in Democracy.[35]
November 5, 2014 10001  NL Avalon   Scott Andrews Suspended from Liberal caucus following allegations of sexual harassment.[36]
November 5, 2014 24067  QC Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel   Massimo Pacetti Suspended from Liberal caucus following allegations of sexual harassment.[36]
November 5, 2014 35071  ON Peterborough   Dean Del Mastro Resigned his seat after being found guilty on three counts of violating election spending limits.[37][38]
November 17, 2014 35099  ON Whitby—Oshawa   Pat Perkins November 17, 2013 by-election.
November 17, 2014 48028  AB Yellowhead   Jim Eglinski November 17, 2013 by-election.
January 5, 2015 35088  ON Sudbury   Glenn Thibeault Resigned to run in a provincial by-election.[39][40]
February 9, 2015 35047  ON Mississauga—Brampton South   Eve Adams Changed affiliation from Conservative to Liberal.[41]
March 16, 2015 35066  ON Ottawa West—Nepean   John Baird Resigned from cabinet, and subsequently from parliament, to enter private life.[42]
March 31, 2015 59014  BC Nanaimo—Alberni   James Lunney Left caucus due to concerns about religious freedom.[43]
May 13, 2015 35004  ON Barrie   Patrick Brown Resigned after being elected leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario.[44]

2006 federal election[edit]

Province/Territory Riding Population (2006) Electors (2006) Area (km2) Held By
 Alberta Calgary Centre 124,197 88,677 42
 Alberta Calgary Centre-North 114,615 86,287 48
 Alberta Calgary East 110,479 77,083 114
 Alberta Calgary Northeast 129,015 83,214 127
 Alberta Calgary—Nose Hill 130,942 93,731 93
 Alberta Calgary Southeast 125,738 98,343 119
 Alberta Calgary Southwest 120,750 90,756 80
 Alberta Calgary West 132,162 99,255 89
 Alberta Crowfoot 114,825 87,644 43,759
 Alberta Edmonton Centre 120,326 89,777 55
 Alberta Edmonton East 128,199 92,495 50
 Alberta Edmonton—Leduc 116,986 92,861 415
 Alberta Edmonton—Mill Woods—Beaumont 112,919 80,250 175
 Alberta Edmonton—Sherwood Park 118,073 89,520 303
 Alberta Edmonton—Spruce Grove 128,945 99,397 1,020
 Alberta Edmonton—St. Albert 126,447 95,226 105
 Alberta Edmonton—Strathcona 99,267 75,254 79
 Alberta Fort McMurray—Athabasca 100,805 71,621 180,320
 Alberta Lethbridge 113,531 89,136 11,176
 Alberta Macleod 107,638 81,141 28,387
 Alberta Medicine Hat 113,085 82,528 33,305
 Alberta Peace River 138,009 96,378 162,871
 Alberta Red Deer 124,063 91,201 4,139
 Alberta Vegreville—Wainwright 111,427 83,038 30,240
 Alberta Westlock—St. Paul 101,010 73,791 22,918
 Alberta Wetaskiwin 107,914 79,862 15,133
 Alberta Wild Rose 115,872 90,193 27,778
 Alberta Yellowhead 103,111 75,036 76,946
 British Columbia Abbotsford 124,515 82,332 411
 British Columbia British Columbia Southern Interior 95,477 74,996 26,700
 British Columbia Burnaby—Douglas 112,119 82,291 58
 British Columbia Burnaby—New Westminster 118,713 80,110 43
 British Columbia Cariboo—Prince George 106,382 75,516 87,126
 British Columbia Chilliwack—Fraser Canyon 112,118 81,677 29,999
 British Columbia Delta—Richmond East 106,103 78,706 278
 British Columbia Esquimalt—Juan de Fuca 120,669 91,003 1,862
 British Columbia Fleetwood—Port Kells 123,243 86,503 111
 British Columbia Kamloops—Thompson—Cariboo 114,675 88,275 44,344
 British Columbia Kelowna—Lake Country 122,214 97,351 1,689
 British Columbia Kootenay—Columbia 86,811 65,932 63,831
 British Columbia Langley 117,858 85,861 327
 British Columbia Nanaimo—Alberni 121,434 95,882 8,945
 British Columbia Nanaimo—Cowichan 125,149 96,034 3,961
 British Columbia New Westminster—Coquitlam 111,231 81,805 55
 British Columbia Newton—North Delta 118,649 73,317 52
 British Columbia North Vancouver 122,371 87,034 433
 British Columbia Okanagan—Coquihalla 107,316 83,242 10,638
 British Columbia Okanagan—Shuswap 116,236 89,400 14,223
 British Columbia Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge—Mission 120,662 85,174 2,758
 British Columbia Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam 116,563 79,772 716
 British Columbia Prince George—Peace River 105,865 72,063 237,174
 British Columbia Richmond 114,137 82,850 54
 British Columbia Saanich—Gulf Islands 115,724 91,822 504
 British Columbia Skeena—Bulkley Valley 91,926 61,318 323,720
 British Columbia South Surrey—White Rock—Cloverdale 111,756 84,964 153
 British Columbia Surrey North 111,960 68,137 49
 British Columbia Vancouver Centre 123,701 95,537 16
 British Columbia Vancouver East 106,816 77,817 21
 British Columbia Vancouver Island North 113,356 88,077 52,606
 British Columbia Vancouver Kingsway 119,815 80,817 21
 British Columbia Vancouver Quadra 119,627 88,146 49
 British Columbia Vancouver South 120,284 80,271 27
 British Columbia Victoria 108,771 88,118 43
 British Columbia West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast—Sea to Sky Country 129,241 95,764 13,259
 Manitoba Brandon—Souris 84,602 61,449 19,836
 Manitoba Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia 81,469 63,508 207
 Manitoba Churchill 75,232 46,088 461,009
 Manitoba Dauphin—Swan River—Marquette 75,103 54,209 52,558
 Manitoba Elmwood—Transcona 78,700 58,216 46
 Manitoba Kildonan—St. Paul 81,532 63,508 178
 Manitoba Portage—Lisgar 85,653 60,246 14,419
 Manitoba Provencher 87,737 62,392 22,920
 Manitoba Saint Boniface 84,473 65,460 66
 Manitoba Selkirk—Interlake 90,807 66,937 56,297
 Manitoba Winnipeg Centre 81,017 58,595 29
 Manitoba Winnipeg North 79,366 52,817 35
 Manitoba Winnipeg South 84,424 62,532 116
 Manitoba Winnipeg South Centre 78,286 59,444 34
 New Brunswick Acadie—Bathurst 78,948 66,509 4,889
 New Brunswick Beauséjour 76,259 62,790 6,820
 New Brunswick Fredericton 85,886 68,368 3,076
 New Brunswick Fundy Royal 69,471 54,978 7,503
 New Brunswick Madawaska—Restigouche 62,593 52,222 10,721
 New Brunswick Miramichi 53,844 44,113 14,735
 New Brunswick Moncton—Riverview—Dieppe 89,334 74,660 200
 New Brunswick New Brunswick Southwest 63,232 49,273 10,706
 New Brunswick Saint John 82,078 64,868 450
 New Brunswick Tobique—Mactaquac 68,352 53,203 15,852
 Newfoundland and Labrador Avalon 78,381 63,882 9,335
 Newfoundland and Labrador Bonavista—Gander—Grand Falls—Windsor 86,394 69,828 30,233
 Newfoundland and Labrador Humber—St. Barbe—Baie Verte 73,171 59,797 34,233
 Newfoundland and Labrador Labrador 26,364 20,175 294,330
 Newfoundland and Labrador Random—Burin—St. George's 71,219 57,209 38,281
 Newfoundland and Labrador St. John's East 88,002 73,053 400
 Newfoundland and Labrador St. John's South—Mount Pearl 81,938 66,467 406
 Northwest Territories Western Arctic 41,464 28,787 1,346,106
 Nova Scotia Cape Breton—Canso 71,968 57,753 9,438
 Nova Scotia Central Nova 72,966 58,863 8,439
 Nova Scotia Cumberland—Colchester—Musquodoboit Valley 87,895 68,172 10,086
 Nova Scotia Dartmouth—Cole Harbour 87,886 69,469 89
 Nova Scotia Halifax 89,448 74,717 231
 Nova Scotia Halifax West 88,756 69,960 564
 Nova Scotia Kings—Hants 81,531 64,593 4,440
 Nova Scotia Sackville—Eastern Shore 86,963 67,786 1,328
 Nova Scotia South Shore—St. Margaret's 82,855 66,733 9,495
 Nova Scotia Sydney—Victoria 76,801 61,448 5,058
 Nova Scotia West Nova 86,393 67,722 9,965
 Nunavut Nunavut 29,474 17,089 2,093,190
 Ontario Ajax—Pickering 117,183 86,159 286
 Ontario Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing 77,961 59,595 103,264
 Ontario Ancaster—Dundas—Flamborough—Westdale 111,844 85,039 744
 Ontario Barrie 128,430 91,447 88
 Ontario Beaches—East York 104,831 73,832 17
 Ontario Bramalea—Gore—Malton 152,698 100,002 151
 Ontario Brampton—Springdale 131,797 84,239 59
 Ontario Brampton West 170,422 109,151 109
 Ontario Brant 125,136 93,181 1,204
 Ontario Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound 105,947 78,882 6,447
 Ontario Burlington 118,310 90,949 79
 Ontario Cambridge 129,434 91,935 323
 Ontario Carleton—Mississippi Mills 128,915 99,002 1,619
 Ontario Chatham-Kent—Essex 109,484 74,973 1,924
 Ontario Davenport 104,615 66,189 13
 Ontario Don Valley East 109,640 71,366 27
 Ontario Don Valley West 117,083 80,864 37
 Ontario Dufferin—Caledon 111,486 77,607 2,293
 Ontario Durham 118,500 87,636 1,625
 Ontario Eglinton—Lawrence 110,066 73,168 24
 Ontario Elgin—Middlesex—London 110,028 79,894 2,652
 Ontario Essex 123,872 88,847 1,448
 Ontario Etobicoke Centre 111,349 80,789 38
 Ontario Etobicoke—Lakeshore 114,641 86,386 44
 Ontario Etobicoke North 108,501 63,700 49
 Ontario Glengarry—Prescott—Russell 104,309 81,182 3,049
 Ontario Guelph 114,943 91,463 92
 Ontario Haldimand—Norfolk 107,775 79,362 3,073
 Ontario Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock 119,141 90,680 10,831
 Ontario Halton 151,943 115,255 568
 Ontario Hamilton Centre 117,509 81,170 38
 Ontario Hamilton East—Stoney Creek 116,434 85,802 74
 Ontario Hamilton Mountain 122,729 88,620 45
 Ontario Huron—Bruce 104,313 76,964 5,896
 Ontario Kenora 64,291 42,794 321,716
 Ontario Kingston and the Islands 119,069 96,955 676
 Ontario Kitchener Centre 107,540 79,062 46
 Ontario Kitchener—Conestoga 114,405 84,665 996
 Ontario Kitchener—Waterloo 126,742 97,511 91
 Ontario Lambton—Kent—Middlesex 107,635 78,559 5,277
 Ontario Lanark—Frontenac—Lennox and Addington 117,389 88,966 9,639
 Ontario Leeds—Grenville 99,206 75,075 3,751
 Ontario London—Fanshawe 107,218 74,810 109
 Ontario London North Centre 115,250 94,684 64
 Ontario London West 118,335 91,711 86
 Ontario Markham—Unionville 127,191 88,931 64
 Ontario Mississauga—Brampton South 136,470 90,777 82
 Ontario Mississauga East—Cooksville 126,642 83,582 29
 Ontario Mississauga—Erindale 143,361 99,774 49
 Ontario Mississauga South 110,932 77,479 61
 Ontario Mississauga—Streetsville 130,033 85,008 46
 Ontario Nepean—Carleton 133,245 103,414 1,178
 Ontario Newmarket—Aurora 121,924 86,113 92
 Ontario Niagara Falls 126,696 94,676 581
 Ontario Niagara West—Glanbrook 111,024 85,132 1,080
 Ontario Nickel Belt 89,377 71,107 34,160
 Ontario Nipissing—Timiskaming 90,963 70,178 16,160
 Ontario Northumberland—Quinte West 123,706 93,620 2,652
 Ontario Oak Ridges—Markham 169,642 136,755 718
 Ontario Oakville 113,714 83,752 83
 Ontario Oshawa 116,881 87,638 74
 Ontario Ottawa Centre 109,336 92,877 35
 Ontario Ottawa—Orléans 109,950 85,456 138
 Ontario Ottawa South 117,581 87,579 86
 Ontario Ottawa—Vanier 101,611 81,373 39
 Ontario Ottawa West—Nepean 109,735 84,427 88
 Ontario Oxford 102,756 75,290 2,164
 Ontario Parkdale—High Park 102,142 74,899 16
 Ontario Parry Sound—Muskoka 90,281 69,514 14,402
 Ontario Perth—Wellington 103,874 72,944 3,782
 Ontario Peterborough 116,626 92,317 2,175
 Ontario Pickering—Scarborough East 106,602 76,709 52
 Ontario Prince Edward—Hastings 113,227 88,198 7,395
 Ontario Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke 98,803 75,223 12,583
 Ontario Richmond Hill 122,614 88,261 49
 Ontario Sarnia—Lambton 105,360 79,371 1,568
 Ontario Sault Ste. Marie 89,028 69,272 7,355
 Ontario Scarborough—Agincourt 111,867 74,734 25
 Ontario Scarborough Centre 108,010 71,094 29
 Ontario Scarborough—Guildwood 108,813 67,124 33
 Ontario Scarborough—Rouge River 130,974 85,505 54
 Ontario Scarborough Southwest 102,196 67,988 31
 Ontario Simcoe—Grey 125,985 93,705 2,515
 Ontario Simcoe North 119,400 88,470 2,381
 Ontario St. Catharines 98,803 75,223 77
 Ontario St. Paul's 111,131 81,588 16
 Ontario Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry 99,764 75,244 2,765
 Ontario Sudbury 92,161 74,228 973
 Ontario Thornhill 131,978 96,209 79
 Ontario Thunder Bay—Rainy River 85,153 63,128 39,554
 Ontario Thunder Bay—Superior North 82,589 62,338 82,511
 Ontario Timmins—James Bay 80,791 59,876 249,624
 Ontario Toronto Centre 121,407 89,851 14
 Ontario Toronto—Danforth 103,655 74,826 26
 Ontario Trinity—Spadina 115,361 96,793 26
 Ontario Vaughan 154,206 109,604 230
 Ontario Welland 112,875 86,257 583
 Ontario Wellington—Halton Hills 111,241 80,378 1,584
 Ontario Whitby—Oshawa 135,893 99,155 234
 Ontario Willowdale 129,356 94,934 32
 Ontario Windsor—Tecumseh 118,478 85,287 174
 Ontario Windsor West 122,219 84,245 83
 Ontario York Centre 113,457 71,709 41
 Ontario York—Simcoe 120,371 86,461 1,194
 Ontario York South—Weston 114,458 68,978 26
 Ontario York West 103,948 59,674 32
 Prince Edward Island Cardigan 35,067 27,374 2,658
 Prince Edward Island Charlottetown 32,174 27,083 46
 Prince Edward Island Egmont 34,814 27,256 1,527
 Prince Edward Island Malpeque 33,796 26,498 1,663
 Quebec Abitibi—Baie-James—Nunavik—Eeyou 80,894 57,492 843,721
 Quebec Abitibi—Témiscamingue 102,795 80,456 41,530
 Quebec Ahuntsic 100,471 73,391 19
 Quebec Alfred-Pellan 104,765 81,766 123
 Quebec Argenteuil—Papineau—Mirabel 111,534 91,705 5,667
 Quebec Bas-Richelieu—Nicolet—Bécancour 91,745 76,352 2,870
 Quebec Beauce 103,617 83,205 4,619
 Quebec Beauharnois—Salaberry 106,856 86,431 2,569
 Quebec Beauport—Limoilou 101,331 83,834 78
 Quebec Berthier—Maskinongé 107,911 88,326 3,811
 Quebec Bourassa 100,683 69,612 16
 Quebec Brome—Missisquoi 92,591 76,636 3,045
 Quebec Brossard—La Prairie 113,985 91,662 179
 Quebec Chambly—Borduas 116,925 93,922 481
 Quebec Charlesbourg—Haute-Saint-Charles 94,522 79,791 115
 Quebec Châteauguay—Saint-Constant 107,165 84,347 315
 Quebec Chicoutimi—Le Fjord 96,483 77,959 43,435
 Quebec Compton—Stanstead 100,148 78,050 4,747
 Quebec Drummond 92,982 74,630 1,670
 Quebec Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 82,007 68,270 16,637
 Quebec Gatineau 108,742 85,970 156
 Quebec Haute-Gaspésie—La Mitis—Matane—Matapédia 73,140 59,340 16,252
 Quebec Hochelaga 100,915 78,714 17
 Quebec Honoré-Mercier 106,196 80,429 40
 Quebec Hull—Aylmer 110,902 87,036 132
 Quebec Jeanne-Le Ber 112,863 86,201 21
 Quebec Joliette 108,169 87,702 11,249
 Quebec Jonquière—Alma 97,232 79,322 1,667
 Quebec La Pointe-de-l'Île 99,685 79,049 43
 Quebec Lac-Saint-Louis 105,622 80,707 80
 Quebec LaSalle—Émard 100,327 74,505 21
 Quebec Laurentides—Labelle 105,884 88,692 19,694
 Quebec Laurier—Sainte-Marie 101,758 79,182 13
 Quebec Laval 102,230 82,362 47
 Quebec Laval—Les Îles 111,958 87,749 59
 Quebec Lévis—Bellechasse 105,927 87,830 3,293
 Quebec Longueuil—Pierre-Boucher 98,032 77,111 67
 Quebec Lotbinière—Chutes-de-la-Chaudière 100,454 79,721 2,113
 Quebec Louis-Hébert 101,730 83,272 100
 Quebec Louis-Saint-Laurent 96,286 81,053 144
 Quebec Manicouagan 83,608 63,886 252,365
 Quebec Marc-Aurèle-Fortin 107,149 84,243 58
 Quebec Mégantic—L'Érable 87,078 69,864 5,912
 Quebec Montcalm 122,825 99,604 933
 Quebec Montmagny—L'Islet—Kamouraska—Rivière-du-Loup 97,492 77,851 7,495
 Quebec Montmorency—Charlevoix—Haute-Côte-Nord 90,535 74,813 24,012
 Quebec Mount Royal 98,888 68,211 23
 Quebec Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Lachine 104,715 76,119 49
 Quebec Outremont 95,771 64,556 15
 Quebec Papineau 101,019 70,115 9
 Quebec Pierrefonds—Dollard 105,504 79,630 53
 Quebec Pontiac 99,589 79,149 30,959
 Quebec Portneuf—Jacques-Cartier 93,526 75,771 7,617
 Quebec Québec 95,433 81,468 34
 Quebec Repentigny 109,636 90,070 266
 Quebec Richmond—Arthabaska 100,116 80,362 3,563
 Quebec Rimouski-Neigette—Témiscouata—Les Basques 84,453 68,055 8,061
 Quebec Rivière-des-Mille-Îles 97,258 77,006 116
 Quebec Rivière-du-Nord 101,576 85,179 479
 Quebec Roberval—Lac-Saint-Jean 78,895 63,240 60,574
 Quebec Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie 105,864 82,037 11
 Quebec Saint-Bruno—Saint-Hubert 101,416 79,183 113
 Quebec Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot 95,983 77,536 1,948
 Quebec Saint-Jean 102,902 82,869 734
 Quebec Saint-Lambert 94,541 73,935 27
 Quebec Saint-Laurent—Cartierville 109,015 76,777 50
 Quebec Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel 104,786 71,692 21
 Quebec Saint-Maurice—Champlain 96,968 80,032 37,295
 Quebec Shefford 100,000 81,651 1,428
 Quebec Sherbrooke 101,681 81,990 173
 Quebec Terrebonne—Blainville 107,694 83,300 227
 Quebec Trois-Rivières 94,272 78,105 206
 Quebec Vaudreuil—Soulanges 120,395 97,618 891
 Quebec Verchères—Les Patriotes 97,726 76,596 687
 Quebec Westmount—Ville-Marie 100,360 77,112 16
 Saskatchewan Battlefords—Lloydminster 71,184 51,039 32,887
 Saskatchewan Blackstrap 76,273 59,797 11,157
 Saskatchewan Cypress Hills—Grasslands 60,551 44,479 74,840
 Saskatchewan Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River 67,937 43,160 347,266
 Saskatchewan Palliser 65,956 50,094 7,778
 Saskatchewan Prince Albert 71,159 51,707 14,872
 Saskatchewan Regina—Lumsden—Lake Centre 65,885 49,937 14,365
 Saskatchewan Regina—Qu'Appelle 66,698 48,075 12,750
 Saskatchewan Saskatoon—Humboldt 75,051 56,377 12,229
 Saskatchewan Saskatoon—Rosetown—Biggar 69,547 49,314 11,088
 Saskatchewan Saskatoon—Wanuskewin 72,867 55,327 10,466
 Saskatchewan Souris—Moose Mountain 63,238 46,796 40,626
 Saskatchewan Wascana 75,717 57,746 3,858
 Saskatchewan Yorkton—Melville 66,094 51,444 38,027
 Yukon Yukon 30,372 23,281 482,443

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