Ontario

Seat Count

Vote Count

Results by Party


Political Party Seat Count Seat % Vote Count Vote %
Liberal Party of Canada 53 43.80% 73560 29.23%
New Democratic Party 36 29.75% 70144 27.87%
Conservative Party of Canada 31 25.62% 57315 22.77%
Green Party of Canada 1 0.83% 25425 10.10%
People's Party of Canada 0 0.00% 17637 7.01%
Independent 0 0.00% 2405 0.96%
Animal Protection Party of Canada 0 0.00% 1179 0.47%
Communist Party of Canada 0 0.00% 946 0.38%
Christian Heritage Party of Canada 0 0.00% 790 0.31%
Parti Rhinocéros Party 0 0.00% 639 0.25%
Libertarian Party of Canada 0 0.00% 441 0.18%
Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada 0 0.00% 341 0.14%
Free Party Canada 0 0.00% 270 0.11%
Centrist Party of Canada 0 0.00% 187 0.07%
Marijuana Party 0 0.00% 151 0.06%
National Citizens Alliance of Canada 0 0.00% 133 0.05%
Veterans Coalition Party of Canada 0 0.00% 65 0.03%
Canadian Nationalist Party 0 0.00% 32 0.01%


Results by Riding


Riding
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Party Elected Registered Schools Returning Schools Valid Votes
Ajax   Mark Holland (Liberal Party of Canada) 24 13 1,119
Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing   Carol Hughes (New Democratic Party) 44 37 1,962
Aurora—Oak Ridges—Richmond Hill   Leah Taylor Roy (Liberal Party of Canada) 20 16 1,680
Barrie—Innisfil   John Brassard (Conservative Party of Canada) 23 20 2,518
Barrie—Springwater—Oro-Medonte   Sarah Lochhead (New Democratic Party) 15 11 763
Bay of Quinte   Ryan Williams (Conservative Party of Canada) 30 21 2,582
Beaches—East York   Nathaniel Erskine-Smith (Liberal Party of Canada) 26 22 4,126
Brampton Centre   Shafqat Ali (Liberal Party of Canada) 19 14 3,722
Brampton East   Gail Bannister-Clarke (New Democratic Party) 19 14 1,655
Brampton North   Ruby Sahota (Liberal Party of Canada) 17 10 610
Brampton South   Sonia Sidhu (Liberal Party of Canada) 22 13 1,992
Brampton West   Kamal Khera (Liberal Party of Canada) 28 19 2,157
Brantford—Brant   Larry Brock (Conservative Party of Canada) 38 33 4,208
Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound   Alex Ruff (Conservative Party of Canada) 30 22 2,723
Burlington   Karina Gould (Liberal Party of Canada) 27 19 2,070
Cambridge   Lorne Bruce (New Democratic Party) 33 29 2,753
Carleton   Kevin Hua (New Democratic Party) 25 20 2,131
Chatham-Kent—Leamington   Dave Epp (Conservative Party of Canada) 30 24 2,913
Davenport   Alejandra Bravo (New Democratic Party) 24 19 1,510
Don Valley East   Michael Coteau (Liberal Party of Canada) 24 16 1,849
Don Valley North   Han Dong (Liberal Party of Canada) 23 19 1,582
Don Valley West   Rob Oliphant (Liberal Party of Canada) 29 24 2,828
Dufferin—Caledon   Kyle Seeback (Conservative Party of Canada) 33 21 2,750
Durham   Erin O'Toole (Conservative Party of Canada) 33 22 2,131
Eglinton—Lawrence   Marco Mendicino (Liberal Party of Canada) 19 11 1,794
Elgin—Middlesex—London   Karen Vecchio (Conservative Party of Canada) 26 17 1,287
Essex   Tracey Ramsey (New Democratic Party) 23 13 1,064
Etobicoke Centre   Yvan Baker (Liberal Party of Canada) 25 19 3,292
Etobicoke North   Kirsty Duncan (Liberal Party of Canada) 9 6 568
Etobicoke—Lakeshore   SASHA KANE (New Democratic Party) 19 11 1,152
Flamborough—Glanbrook   Dan Muys (Conservative Party of Canada) 25 21 1,158
Glengarry—Prescott—Russell   Francis Drouin (Liberal Party of Canada) 39 28 2,583
Guelph   Aisha Jahangir (New Democratic Party) 36 24 4,213
Haldimand—Norfolk   Leslyn Lewis (Conservative Party of Canada) 28 21 1,654
Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock   Jamie Schmale (Conservative Party of Canada) 29 19 2,151
Hamilton Centre   Matthew Green (New Democratic Party) 16 10 699
Hamilton East—Stoney Creek   Nick Milanovic (New Democratic Party) 14 10 597
Hamilton Mountain   Malcolm Allen (New Democratic Party) 18 14 1,367
Hamilton West—Ancaster—Dundas   Roberto Henriquez (New Democratic Party) 30 28 1,963
Hastings—Lennox and Addington   Shelby Kramp-Neuman (Conservative Party of Canada) 24 21 1,253
Humber River—Black Creek   Judy Sgro (Liberal Party of Canada) 17 9 848
Huron—Bruce   Ben Lobb (Conservative Party of Canada) 28 22 3,225
Kanata—Carleton   Jenna Sudds (Liberal Party of Canada) 23 21 2,665
Kenora   Eric Melillo (Conservative Party of Canada) 20 16 540
King—Vaughan   Anna Roberts (Conservative Party of Canada) 26 16 1,261
Kingston and the Islands   Vic Sahai (New Democratic Party) 37 34 3,291
Kitchener Centre   Mike Morrice (Green Party of Canada) 28 24 3,584
Kitchener South—Hespeler   Suresh Arangath (New Democratic Party) 22 18 1,807
Kitchener—Conestoga   Tim Louis (Liberal Party of Canada) 31 28 2,076
Lambton—Kent—Middlesex   Lianne Rood (Conservative Party of Canada) 23 18 1,851
Lanark—Frontenac—Kingston   Steve Garrison (New Democratic Party) 28 18 1,856
Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes   Michael Barrett (Conservative Party of Canada) 33 26 1,873
London North Centre   Dirka Prout (New Democratic Party) 18 11 867
London West   Shawna Lewkowitz (New Democratic Party) 28 18 3,039
London—Fanshawe   Lindsay Mathyssen (New Democratic Party) 34 25 1,708
Markham—Stouffville   Helena Jaczek (Liberal Party of Canada) 22 14 1,961
Markham—Thornhill   Mary Ng (Liberal Party of Canada) 16 8 2,298
Markham—Unionville   Paul Chiang (Liberal Party of Canada) 25 18 1,984
Milton   Adam van Koeverden (Liberal Party of Canada) 28 18 1,990
Mississauga Centre   Omar Alghabra (Liberal Party of Canada) 13 10 1,051
Mississauga East—Cooksville   Peter Fonseca (Liberal Party of Canada) 18 9 1,437
Mississauga—Erin Mills   Iqra Khalid (Liberal Party of Canada) 20 12 1,526
Mississauga—Lakeshore   Sven Spengemann (Liberal Party of Canada) 27 16 1,876
Mississauga—Malton   Iqwinder Gaheer (Liberal Party of Canada) 16 12 1,206
Mississauga—Streetsville   Rechie Valdez (Liberal Party of Canada) 25 22 3,174
Nepean   Chandra Arya (Liberal Party of Canada) 30 25 3,738
Newmarket—Aurora   Tony Van Bynen (Liberal Party of Canada) 22 15 1,063
Niagara Centre   Melissa McGlashan (New Democratic Party) 25 20 2,173
Niagara Falls   Tony Baldinelli (Conservative Party of Canada) 24 19 2,822
Niagara West   Dean Allison (Conservative Party of Canada) 18 16 2,286
Nickel Belt   Andréane Simone Chénier (New Democratic Party) 19 16 855
Nipissing—Timiskaming   Scott Robertson (New Democratic Party) 32 26 1,933
Northumberland—Peterborough South   Kim McArthur-Jackson (New Democratic Party) 33 23 1,821
Oakville   Anita Anand (Liberal Party of Canada) 31 28 4,512
Oakville North—Burlington   Pam Damoff (Liberal Party of Canada) 29 26 5,322
Orléans   Marie-France Lalonde (Liberal Party of Canada) 27 21 2,781
Oshawa   Afroza Hossain (Liberal Party of Canada) 17 9 420
Ottawa Centre   Angella MacEwen (New Democratic Party) 32 27 4,258
Ottawa South   David McGuinty (Liberal Party of Canada) 26 19 3,428
Ottawa West—Nepean   Anita Vandenbeld (Liberal Party of Canada) 25 16 2,474
Ottawa—Vanier   Mona Fortier (Liberal Party of Canada) 26 18 2,351
Oxford   Dave MacKenzie (Conservative Party of Canada) 24 18 2,273
Parkdale—High Park   Paul Taylor (New Democratic Party) 18 16 2,446
Parry Sound—Muskoka   Scott Aitchison (Conservative Party of Canada) 32 28 2,921
Perth—Wellington   John Nater (Conservative Party of Canada) 29 27 2,997
Peterborough—Kawartha   Michelle Ferreri (Conservative Party of Canada) 32 24 2,952
Pickering—Uxbridge   Jennifer O'Connell (Liberal Party of Canada) 23 16 2,491
Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke   Cheryl Gallant (Conservative Party of Canada) 31 23 1,577
Richmond Hill   Majid Jowhari (Liberal Party of Canada) 20 17 1,944
Sarnia—Lambton   Adam Kilner (New Democratic Party) 30 22 2,886
Sault Ste. Marie   Terry Sheehan (Liberal Party of Canada) 17 14 632
Scarborough Centre   Salma Zahid (Liberal Party of Canada) 19 8 1,597
Scarborough North   Shaun Chen (Liberal Party of Canada) 25 20 2,279
Scarborough Southwest   Bill Blair (Liberal Party of Canada) 29 25 2,904
Scarborough—Agincourt   Jean Yip (Liberal Party of Canada) 22 13 932
Scarborough—Guildwood   John McKay (Liberal Party of Canada) 20 14 2,354
Scarborough—Rouge Park   Gary Anandasangaree (Liberal Party of Canada) 21 17 1,350
Simcoe North   Adam Chambers (Conservative Party of Canada) 26 22 3,334
Simcoe—Grey   Terry Dowdall (Conservative Party of Canada) 26 20 3,258
Spadina—Fort York   Norm Di Pasquale (New Democratic Party) 12 9 1,171
St. Catharines   Trecia McLennon (New Democratic Party) 24 18 2,772
Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry   Eric Duncan (Conservative Party of Canada) 24 14 960
Sudbury   Nadia Verrelli (New Democratic Party) 20 18 1,689
Thornhill   Melissa Lantsman (Conservative Party of Canada) 25 13 809
Thunder Bay—Rainy River   Yuk-Sem Won (New Democratic Party) 27 24 2,032
Thunder Bay—Superior North   Chantelle Bryson (New Democratic Party) 37 27 1,343
Timmins—James Bay   Charlie Angus (New Democratic Party) 25 19 1,145
Toronto Centre   Brian Chang (New Democratic Party) 12 8 667
Toronto—Danforth   Clare Hacksel (New Democratic Party) 35 25 3,173
Toronto—St. Paul's   Carolyn Bennett (Liberal Party of Canada) 23 21 2,360
University—Rosedale   Chrystia Freeland (Liberal Party of Canada) 23 18 2,134
Vaughan—Woodbridge   Angela Panacci (Conservative Party of Canada) 23 13 1,443
Waterloo   Bardish Chagger (Liberal Party of Canada) 27 22 2,456
Wellington—Halton Hills   Michael Chong (Conservative Party of Canada) 27 18 3,270
Whitby   Ryan Turnbull (Liberal Party of Canada) 26 14 1,348
Willowdale   Ali Ehsassi (Liberal Party of Canada) 20 15 3,141
Windsor West   Brian Masse (New Democratic Party) 25 15 1,247
Windsor—Tecumseh   Cheryl Hardcastle (New Democratic Party) 20 14 1,195
York Centre   Ya'ara Saks (Liberal Party of Canada) 20 9 1,328
York South—Weston   Ahmed HUSSEN (Liberal Party of Canada) 19 13 689
York—Simcoe   Scot Davidson (Conservative Party of Canada) 25 17 1,801