Vote total = 14,722,296.

Party Seats won % Seats % Votes Votes Difference Difference2
Conservative 167 54.05 39.63 5,835,094 14.42 207.94
NDP 103 33.33 30.65 4,511,707 2.68 7.18
Liberal 34 11.00 18.90 2,782,625 -7.90 62.41
BQ 4 1.29 6.05 891,433 -4.76 22.66
Green 1 0.32 3.89 572,829 -3.57 12.74

309 seats with a Gallagher Index of 12.51

Number of votes for first-past-the-post candidates is 7,441,129 = 50.54%

Seats held by women 77 = 24.92%

Candidates not first-past-the-post sorted by number of votes received.


If you click on the Riding name, then it will show the full election results for that Riding from the Canadian federal election of May 2, 2011.


Party Seats Riding Votes   New Seats First-Past-the-Post
Liberal 35 Oak Ridges-Markham ON 25,561   Lui Temelkovski Paul Calandra
Liberal 36 Kitchener-Waterloo ON 24,895   Andrew Telegdi Peter Braid
Liberal 37 Ottawa-Orleans ON 24,649   David Bertschi Royal Galipeau
Liberal 38 Don Valley West ON 22,353   Rob Oliphant John Carmichael
Liberal 39 Brampton West ON 22,128   Andrew Kania Kyle Seeback
Liberal 40 Etobicoke Centre ON 21,618   Borys Wrzesnewskyj Ted Opitz
Liberal 41 Ajax-Pickering ON 21,569   Mark Holland Chris Alexander
Liberal 42 Mississauga-Erindale ON 21,541   Omar Alghabra Bob Dechert
Liberal 43 Willowdale ON 21,245   Martha Hall Findlay Chungsen Leung
Liberal 44 Halton ON 20,903   Connie Laurin-Bowie Lisa Raitt
BQ 5 Vercheres-Les Patriotes QC 20,593   Luc Malo Sana Hassainia
Liberal 45 Vaughan ON 20,435   Mario Ferri Julian Fantino
Liberal 46 Nepean-Carleton ON 20,146   Ryan Keon Pierre Poilievre
BQ 6 Montcalm QC 19,609   Roger Gaudet Manon Perreault
BQ 7 Repentigny QC 19,242   Nicolas Dufour Jean-Francois Larose
BQ 8 Chambly-Borduas QC 19,147   Yves Lessard Matthew Dube
Liberal 47 Etobicoke-Lakeshore ON 19,058   Michael Ignatieff Bernard Trottier
BQ 9 Joliette QC 18,804   Pierre Paquette Francine Raynault
BQ 10 Sherbrooke QC 18,665   Serge Cardin Pierre-Luc Dusseault
Liberal 48 Mississauga-Streetsville ON 18,651   Bonnie Crombie Brad Butt
Liberal 49 Eglinton-Lawrence ON 18,597   Joe Volpe Joe Oliver
Liberal 50 Mississauga-Brampton South ON 18,579   Navdeep Bains Eve Adams
Liberal 51 Mississauga South ON 18,393   Paul Szabo Stella Ambler
Liberal 52 Carleton-Mississippi Mills ON 18,293   Karen McCrimmon Gordon OConnor
BQ 11 Beauharnois-Salaberry QC 18,182   Claude DeBellefeuille Anne Minh-Thu Quach
Liberal 53 Mississauga East-Cooksville ON 18,120   Peter Fonseca Wladyslaw Lizon
Liberal 54 Pickering-Scarborough East ON 18,013   Dan McTeague Corneliu Chisu
BQ 12 Laurier-Sainte-Marie QC 17,991   Gilles Duceppe Helene Laverdiere
Liberal 55 Oakville ON 17,890   Max Khan Terence Young
Liberal 56 London North Centre ON 17,803   Glen Pearson Susan Truppe
BQ 13 Laurentides-Labelle QC 17,799   Johanne Deschamps Marc-Andre Morin
Liberal 57 Ottawa West-Nepean ON 17,790   Anita Vandenbeld John Baird
BQ 14 Vaudreuil-Soulanges QC 17,781   Meili Faille Jamie Nicholls
BQ 15 Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie QC 17,702   Bernard Bigras Alexandre Boulerice
Liberal 58 Glengarry-Prescott-Russell ON 17,698   Julie Bourgeois Pierre Lemieux
Liberal 59 Richmond Hill ON 17,671   Bryon Wilfert Costas Menegakis
Liberal 60 North Vancouver BC 17,665   Taleeb Noormohamed Andrew Saxton
BQ 16 Terrebonne-Blainville QC 17,663   Diane Bourgeois Charmaine Borg
Liberal 61 Brossard-La Prairie QC 16,976   Alexandra Mendes Hoang Mai
BQ 17 Argenteuil-Papineau-Mirabel QC 16,880   Mario Laframboise Mylene Freeman
Liberal 62 Parkdale-High Park ON 16,732   Gerard Kennedy Peggy Nash
BQ 18 Berthier-Maskinonge QC 16,668   Guy Andre Ruth Ellen Brosseau
Liberal 63 London West ON 16,652   Doug Ferguson Ed Holder
BQ 19 Montmorency-Charlevoix QC 16,425   Michel Guimond Jonathan Tremblay
Liberal 64 (3) Bramalea-Gore-Malton ON 16,402   Gurbax Malhi Bal Gosal
BQ 20 Saint-Jean QC 16,023   Claude Bachand Tarik Brahmi
Liberal 65 West Nova NS 15,712   Robert Thibault Greg Kerr
Liberal 66 Vancouver South BC 15,604   Ujjal Dosanjh Wai Young
Liberal 67 Kitchener Centre ON 15,592   Karen Redman Stephen Woodworth
Liberal 68 Nipissing-Timiskaming ON 15,477   Anthony Rota Jay Aspin
BQ 21 La Pointe-de-l'Ile QC 15,475   Ginette Beaudry Eve Peclet
BQ 22 Marc-Aurele-Fortin QC 15,470   Marie-France Charbonneau Alain Giguere
Green 2 (4) Vancouver Centre BC 9,089   Adriane Carr Hedy Fry
Green 3 Dufferin-Caledon ON 7,132   Ard Van Leeuwen David Tilson
Green 4 (4) Victoria BC 7,015   Jared Giesbrecht Denise Savoie
Green 5 (4) Calgary Centre-North AB 6,558   Heather MacIntosh Michelle Rempel
Green 6 (4) Calgary West AB 6,070   Anna Lisa Wagner Robert Anders
Green 7 (3) Okanagan-Shuswap BC 6,058   Greig Crockett Colin Mayes
Green 8 (4) Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca BC 5,341   Shaunna Salsman Randall Garrison
Green 9 (4) Kelowna-Lake Country BC 5,265   Alice Hooper Ron Cannan
Green 10 (4) Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound ON 5,099   Emma Jane Hogbin Larry Miller
Green 11 (4) Okanagan-Coquihalla BC 5,005   Dan Bouchard Dan Albas
Green 12 (3) Nanaimo-Cowichan BC 5,005   Anne Marie Benoit Jean Crowder
Green 13 (4) Calgary Centre AB 4,889   William Hamilton Lee Richardson
Green 14 (4) Nanaimo-Alberni BC 4,482   Myron Jespersen James Lunney
Green 15 (4) West Vancouver-Sunshine-Coast BC 4,436   Brennan Wauters John Weston
Party Seats won % Seats % Votes Votes Difference Difference2
Conservative 167 → 167 54.05 → 44.53 39.63 5,835,094 4.90 24.01
NDP 103 → 103 33.33 → 27.47 30.65 4,511,707 -3.18 10.11
Liberal 34 → 68 11.00 → 18.13 18.90 2,782,625 -0.77 0.59
BQ 4 → 22 1.29 → 5.87 6.05 891,433 -0.18 0.03
Green 1 → 15 0.32 → 4.00 3.89 572,829 0.11 0.01

309 → 375 seats (21.36% seat increase) with a Gallagher Index from 12.51 → 4.17

Votes counted 7,441,129 + 1,051,974, percentage from 50.54% → 57.69%

Seats held by women 77 → 92 from 24.92% → 24.53%

Seat allocation by Province

Province Count Percentage
AB 28 → 31 9.06% → 8.27%
BC 36 → 47 11.65% → 12.53%
MB 14 → 14 4.53% → 3.73%
NB 10 → 10 3.24% → 2.67%
NL 8 → 8 2.59% → 2.13%
NS 11 → 12 3.56% → 3.20%
NT 1 → 1 0.32% → 0.27%
NU 1 → 1 0.32% → 0.27%
ON 106 → 138 34.30% → 36.80%
PE 4 → 4 1.29% → 1.07%
QC 75 → 94 24.27% → 25.07%
SK 14 → 14 4.53% → 3.73%
YT 1 → 1 0.32% → 0.27%

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