Chart 10 > Canada's Election results
Canada’s election results in seven graphics
by Cameron Tulk, Digital Designer - October 22, 2019 > The Star
Justin Trudeau prevailed in Canada’s election on Monday, defeating Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer. The Liberals won the most seats but fell short of a second majority government.
How each party did riding by riding, gains and losses and results by province:
Canada - House of Commons
To become a Member of Parliament, you must first run in a federal election, which is held every four years. In each of the country's 338 constituencies, or ridings, the candidate who gets the most votes is elected to the House of Commons, even if he or she gets less than half of the total votes.
Seats in the House of Commons are distributed roughly in proportion to the population of each province and territory. In general, the more people in a province or territory, the more Members it has in the House of Commons.
157 - Liberals - Justin Trudeau - Prime Minister (PM)
121 - Conservatives - Andrew Scheer - leader of the opposition
32 - Bloc Québécois - Yves-François Blanchet
24 - NDP (New Democrats Party) - Jagmeet Singh
3 - Green Party - Elizabeth May
1 - Independent - Jody Wilson-Raybould - BC, Vancouver - Granville (She was ousted from the Liberal caucus amid the SNC-Lavalin scandal)