Canada Poligaf - The Wrath of Harperland
Canadian General Election (OT) - #elxn42: October 19, 2015
Party Standings in the 42nd Parliament
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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: