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Current Constituencies

Canada is divided into 338 electoral districts, also known as constituencies or ridings, and each is entitled to one seat in the House of Commons. Members of Parliament are elected to represent Canadians living in each constituency.
Name Sorting Affiliation Sorting Constituency Sorting Constituency Provinces/Territories Member of Parliament Political Affiliation
McLeod Cathy Conservative Kamloops Thompson Cariboo Kamloops—Thompson—Cariboo British Columbia McLeod, Cathy Conservative
McCrimmon Karen Liberal Kanata Carleton Kanata—Carleton Ontario McCrimmon, Karen Liberal
Gray Tracy Conservative Kelowna Lake Country Kelowna—Lake Country British Columbia Gray, Tracy Conservative
Melillo Eric Conservative Kenora Kenora Ontario Melillo, Eric Conservative
Dancho Raquel Conservative Kildonan St Paul Kildonan—St. Paul Manitoba Dancho, Raquel Conservative
Blois Kody Liberal Kings Hants Kings—Hants Nova Scotia Blois, Kody Liberal
Gerretsen Mark Liberal Kingston and the Islands Kingston and the Islands Ontario Gerretsen, Mark Liberal
Schulte Deb Liberal King Vaughan King—Vaughan Ontario Schulte, Deb Liberal
Saini Raj Liberal Kitchener Centre Kitchener Centre Ontario Saini, Raj Liberal
Tabbara Marwan Liberal Kitchener South Hespeler Kitchener South—Hespeler Ontario Tabbara, Marwan Liberal
Louis Tim Liberal Kitchener Conestoga Kitchener—Conestoga Ontario Louis, Tim Liberal
Morrison Rob Conservative Kootenay Columbia Kootenay—Columbia British Columbia Morrison, Rob Conservative
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The total number of seats in the House has changed over time, as have the boundaries of the constituencies, in order to reflect changes in the Canadian population.