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Canadian Federal Election Results 2019

October 22, 2019
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2019 Canadian Federal Election Results on YouTube:

The Federal Elections 2019 were held on last Monday on 21st October 2019 to form the 43rd Parliament, The Liberal Party of Canada which is led by the current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, has won 157 seats to form a minority Government. The Conservative Party which is led by Andrew Scheer won 121 seats, while the Bloc Quebecois led by Yves Francios Blanchet won 32 seats whereas the the New Democratic Party led by Jagmeet Singh won 24 seats, coming to Elizabeth May of Green Party won 3 seats, and Jody Wilson Raybould won the MP seat.

Political Parties When Compared with the last Federal election Status:

Party Name Seats Won in this Elections Seats Won in the Last Election
Liberal Party of Canada 157 177
Conservative Party of Canada 121 95
New Democratic Party 24 39
Bloc Quebecois 32 10
Green Party of Canada 3 2
People’s Party of Canada 0 1

2019 Canadian Federal Election Results Live Updates:

The 2019 Canadian Federal Elections were held successfully on this Monday 21st October to form the 43rd Canadian Parliament. There are 338 MP seats in the Canadian Parliament to win this election one must win 170 seats out of 338 seats.

Party Name Seats Won Vote Share Total Votes
Liberal Party of Canada 157 33.1% 59,10,983
Conservative Party of Canada 121 34.4% 61,53,174
New Democratic Party 24 15.9% 28,45,942
Bloc Quebecois 32 7.7% 13,74,653
Green Party of Canada 3 6.5% 11,61,519
People’s Party of Canada 0 1.6% 2,92,648
Independents 1 0.4% 75,836
Other 0 0.3% 66,374
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Major Political Parties and Leaders:

S.NO Political Party in Canada Political Party Leader
1 Liberal Party Justin Trudeau
2 Conservative Party Andrew Scheer
3 New Democratic Party Jagmeet Singh
4 Bloc Quebecois Party Yves- Francois Blanchet
5 Green Party Elizabeth May
6 People’s Party Maxime Bernier

Canadian Federal Elections Results 2015:

In the year 2015, the Federal Elections were held in Canada to form the 42nd Parliament on 19th October 2015. The Canadian Parliament House of Commons consists of 338 seats to form the Government one need to win 170 MP Seats (Member of Parliament). The Liberal party lead by Justin Pierre James Trudeau won 184 MP Seats out of 338 seats and formed the 42nd Parliament, whereas the Conservative Party which was led by the former Prime Minister Stephen Joseph Harper won 99 MP seats, and the New democratic Party won 44 seats.

S.NO Name of the Party Party Leader Number of MP Seats Contested for2015 Federal Elections Number of MP Seats Won in 2015 Federal Elections
1 Liberal  Party Justin Trudeau 338 184
2 Conservative  Party Stephen Harper 338 99
3 New Democratic  Party Tom Mulcair 338 44
4 Bloc Québécois  Party Gilles Duceppe 78 10
5 Green  Party Elizabeth May 336 1
6 Independents No Affiliation 80 0
7 Libertarian  Party Tim Moen 72 0
8 Christian Heritage  Party Rod Taylor 30 0
9 Marxist–Leninist  Party Anna Di Carlo 70 0
10 Strength in Democracy Party Jean-François Fortin 17 0
11 Rhinoceros  Party Sébastien Corriveau 27 0
12 Progressive Canadian  Party Sinclair Stevens 8 0
13 Communist  Party Miguel Figueroa 26 0
14 Animal Alliance  Party Liz White 8 0
15 Marijuana  Party Blair Longley 8 0
16 Democratic Advancement Party Stephen Garvey 4 0
17 Pirate  Party Roderick Lim 5 0
18 Canadian Action  Party Jeremy Arney 3 0
19 Canada Party Jim Pankiw 1 0
20 Seniors Party Daniel J. Patton 1 0
21 Alliance of the North  Party François Bélanger 1 0
22 Bridge  Party David Berlin 1 0
23 PACT  Party Michael Nicula 1 0
24 United  Party Bob Kesic 1 0
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