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Canadian General Election (OT) - #elxn42: October 19, 2015
Party Standings in the 42nd Parliament
(image from beginning of Parliamentary session)
Liberal 180 seats (6.93 million votes/39.5% of votes)
Conservative 97 seats (5.6 million votes/31.9% of votes)
New Democratic 44 (3.46 million votes/19.7% of votes)
Bloc Québécois 10 (818K votes/4.7% of votes)
Green 1 (605K votes/3.4%)
There are also currently four vacancies in the House: 1 in Alberta, 1 in Newfoundland and Labrador, 1 in Ontario, and 1 in Quebec.
All figures taken from parl.gc.ca and elections.ca.
Prime Minister: Justin Trudeau
The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau is the 23rd Prime Minister of Canada, the tenth Liberal to hold the position (the first since 2006) and the first son of a former Prime Minister. He has been Liberal leader since April 14, 2013, and the Member of Parliament for Papineau since October 2008.
Leader of the Opposition: Andrew Scheer
Andrew Scheer is the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, chosen at the May 27, 2017 leadership vote. He's been the Member of Parliament for Regina--Qu'appelle since 2004. He served as Speaker of the House from 2011 to 2015.
Related: Conservative Critic list
Leader of the New Democratic Party: Jagmeet Singh
Jagmeet Singh is the leader of the NDP, and was chosen on October 1, 2017. He does not currently hold a seat in the House of Commons, and represents Bramalea-Gore-Malton in the Ontaio legislature.
Leader of the Bloc Quebecois: Martine Ouellet
Martine Ouellet was acclaimed as leader of the Bloc Quebecois March 18, 2017. She does not currently have a seat in the House of Commons. She formerly served as the Quebec Minister of Natural Resources and Wildlife with the Parti Quebecois.
Leader of the Green Party: Elizabeth May
Elizabeth May is the Green Party's sole MP in the House of Commons, representing Saanich-Gulf Islands. She has been an MP since May 2011, and the Green leader since August 2006.
Ralph Goodale - Public Safety
Chrystia Freeland - Foreign Affairs
Ahmed Hussen - Citizenship and Immigration.
Carolyn Bennett - Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs
Scott Brison - Treasury Board President
Bill Morneau - Finance Minister
Jody Wilson-Raybould - Justice
Harjit Sajjan - National Defence
F-P Champagne - International Trade
Jane Philpott - Indigenous Services
Ginette Pettipas-Taylor - Health
Maryam Monsef - Status of Women
Jean-Yves Duclos - Families, Children and Social Development
Marc Garneau - Transport
James Carr - Natural Resources
Mélanie Jolie - Heritage
Kent Hehr - Sport and Persons with Disabilities
Catherine McKenna - Environment and Climate Change
Karina Gould - Democratic Institutions
Carla Qualtrough - Public Services and Procurement
Kirsty Duncan - Science
Lawrence MacAulay - Agriculture
Navdeep Bains - Innovation, Science and Economic Development
Seamus O'Regan - Veterans Affairs
Dominic Leblanc - Fisheries and Oceans, and Canadian Coastguard
Marie-Claude Bibeau - International Development and La francophonie
Dianne Lebouthillier - National Revenue
Patty Hadju - Employment Workforce Development and Labour
Amarjeet Sohi - Infrastructure and Communities
Bardish Chagger - Small Business and Tourism/Government House Leader
Information on the Swearing In (which will only be relevant for the first few hours after this OP is posted) is available at swearing-in.gg.ca.
Several people asked that the TrudeauMetre be included in the OP, so here it is, misspelling and all: trudeaumetre.ca
Lastly, enjoy this GIF of Thomas Mulcair dancing to Drake, via This Hour Has 22 Minutes: