By-elections to the 24th Canadian Parliament

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By-elections to the 24th Canadian Parliament were held to fill vacancies in the House of Commons of Canada between the 1958 federal election and the 1962 federal election. The Progressive Conservative Party of Canada led a majority government for the 24th Canadian Parliament.

Fourteen vacant seats were filled through by-elections.

By-electionDateIncumbentPartyWinnerPartyCauseRetained
Esquimalt—Saanich May 29, 1961 George Pearkes      Progressive Conservative George Chatterton      Progressive Conservative Appointed Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia Yes
Restigouche—Madawaska May 29, 1961 Joseph Charles Van Horne      Progressive Conservative Edgar-E. Fournier      Progressive Conservative ResignationYes
Leeds May 29, 1961 Hayden Stanton      Progressive Conservative John Ross Matheson      Liberal DeathNo
King's May 29, 1961 John Augustine Macdonald      Progressive Conservative Margaret Mary Macdonald      Progressive Conservative DeathYes
Royal October 31, 1960 Alfred J. Brooks      Progressive Conservative Hugh John Flemming      Progressive Conservative Called to the SenateYes
Niagara Falls October 31, 1960 William Houck      Liberal Judy LaMarsh      Liberal DeathYes
Peterborough October 31, 1960 Gordon K. Fraser      Progressive Conservative Walter Pitman      New DeathNo
Labelle October 31, 1960 Henri Courtemanche      Progressive Conservative Gaston Clermont      Liberal Called to the SenateNo
Hastings—Frontenac October 5, 1959 Sidney Earle Smith      Progressive Conservative Rod Webb      Progressive Conservative DeathYes
Russell October 5, 1959 Joseph-Omer Gour      Liberal Paul Tardif      Liberal DeathYes
Springfield December 15, 1958 Val Yacula      Progressive Conservative Joe Slogan      Progressive Conservative DeathYes
Trinity December 15, 1958 Edward R. Lockyer      Progressive Conservative Paul Hellyer      Liberal DeathNo
Grenville—Dundas September 29, 1958 A. Clair Casselman      Progressive Conservative Jean Casselman      Progressive Conservative DeathYes
Montmagny—L'Islet September 29, 1958 Jean Lesage      Liberal Louis Fortin      Progressive Conservative Resigned to enter provincial politics in Quebec No

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