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Party Standings in the House of Commons (Unofficial)
This list is intended to reflect day-to-day events. Party standings are considered official only once the Clerk of the House of Commons receives either the certificate of election from the Chief Electoral Officer or an official communication from an MP. For confirmation of official party standings in the House of Commons, click here.

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Province / TerritoryLib.C.P.C.N.D.P.B.Q.Ind.G.P.VacantTotal Seats
Alberta429134
British Columbia171014142
Manitoba75214
New Brunswick1010
Newfoundland and Labrador77
Northwest Territories11
Nova Scotia1111
Nunavut11
Ontario80338121
Prince Edward Island44
Quebec4012161078
Saskatchewan110314
Yukon11
Total Seats183994410110338

 
^ Changes to party standings since last general election (2015.10.19)
DateChange
2017.04.03
Member of the House of Commons: Kusie, Stephanie
Constituency: Calgary Midnapore (Alberta)
Political Affiliation: Conservative Party of Canada

Reason: Elected at a By-Election.
2017.04.03
Member of the House of Commons: Fortier, Mona
Constituency: Ottawa--Vanier (Ontario)
Political Affiliation: Liberal Party of Canada

Reason: Elected at a By-Election.
2017.04.03
Member of the House of Commons: Benzen, Bob
Constituency: Calgary Heritage (Alberta)
Political Affiliation: Conservative Party of Canada

Reason: Elected at a By-Election.
2017.04.03
Member of the House of Commons: Ng, Mary
Constituency: Markham--Thornhill (Ontario)
Political Affiliation: Liberal Party of Canada

Reason: Elected at a By-Election.
2017.04.03
Member of the House of Commons: Lambropoulos, Emmanuella
Constituency: Saint-Laurent (Quebec)
Political Affiliation: Liberal Party of Canada

Reason: Elected at a By-Election.
2017.02.06
Member of the House of Commons: Dion, Stéphane
Constituency: Saint-Laurent (Quebec)
Political Affiliation: Liberal Party of Canada

Reason: Resignation. Named Canadian Ambassador to Germany and the European Union.
2017.02.01
Member of the House of Commons: McCallum, John
Constituency: Markham--Thornhill (Ontario)
Political Affiliation: Liberal Party of Canada

Reason: Resignation. Named Canadian Ambassador to China.
2016.10.24
Member of the House of Commons: Motz, Glen
Constituency: Medicine Hat--Cardston--Warner (Alberta)
Political Affiliation: Conservative Party of Canada

Reason: Elected at a By-Election.
2016.09.23
Member of the House of Commons: Kenney, Jason
Constituency: Calgary Midnapore (Alberta)
Political Affiliation: Conservative Party of Canada

Reason: Resignation. Enters provincial politics in Alberta.
2016.08.26
Member of the House of Commons: Harper, Stephen
Constituency: Calgary Heritage (Alberta)
Political Affiliation: Conservative Party of Canada

Reason: Resignation. Quits political life.
2016.08.16
Member of the House of Commons: Bélanger, Mauril
Constituency: Ottawa--Vanier (Ontario)
Political Affiliation: Liberal Party of Canada

Reason: Died in office.
2016.05.31
Member of the House of Commons: Tootoo, Hunter
Constituency: Nunavut (Nunavut)
Political Affiliation: Liberal Party of Canada

Reason: Sits as an Independent as of May 31, 2016.
2016.03.23
Member of the House of Commons: Hillyer, Jim
Constituency: Medicine Hat--Cardston--Warner (Alberta)
Political Affiliation: Conservative Party of Canada

Reason: Died in office.
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Updated on: 2017.04.03

Revised on: 2017.04.04

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