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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
Falk Rosemarie Conservative Battlefords Lloydminster Battlefords—Lloydminster Saskatchewan Falk, Rosemarie Conservative
Block Kelly Conservative Carlton Trail Eagle Creek Carlton Trail—Eagle Creek Saskatchewan Block, Kelly Conservative
Patzer Jeremy Conservative Cypress Hills Grasslands Cypress Hills—Grasslands Saskatchewan Patzer, Jeremy Conservative
Vidal Gary Conservative Desnethe Missinippi Churchill River Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River Saskatchewan Vidal, Gary Conservative
Tolmie Fraser Conservative Moose Jaw Lake Centre Lanigan Moose Jaw—Lake Centre—Lanigan Saskatchewan Tolmie, Fraser Conservative
Hoback Randy Conservative Prince Albert Prince Albert Saskatchewan Hoback, Randy Conservative
Steinley Warren Conservative Regina Lewvan Regina—Lewvan Saskatchewan Steinley, Warren Conservative
Scheer Andrew Conservative Regina QuAppelle Regina—Qu'Appelle Saskatchewan Scheer, Hon. Andrew Conservative
Kram Michael Conservative Regina Wascana Regina—Wascana Saskatchewan Kram, Michael Conservative
Redekopp Brad Conservative Saskatoon West Saskatoon West Saskatchewan Redekopp, Brad Conservative
Waugh Kevin Conservative Saskatoon Grasswood Saskatoon—Grasswood Saskatchewan Waugh, Kevin Conservative
Tochor Corey Conservative Saskatoon University Saskatoon—University Saskatchewan Tochor, Corey Conservative
Kitchen Robert Conservative Souris Moose Mountain Souris—Moose Mountain Saskatchewan Kitchen, Robert Conservative
Wagantall Cathay Conservative Yorkton Melville Yorkton—Melville Saskatchewan Wagantall, Cathay 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.