125 seats in the 38th National Assembly of Quebec
63 seats were needed for a majority
|Turnout|| 71.23% (|
Popular vote by riding. As this is an FPTP election, seat totals are not determined by popular vote, but instead via results by each riding. Click the map for more details.
The Quebec general election of 2007 was held in the Canadian province of Quebec on March 26, 2007 to elect members of the 38th National Assembly of Quebec. The Quebec Liberal Party led by Premier Jean Charest managed to win a plurality of seats, but were reduced to a minority government, Quebec's first in 129 years, since the 1878 general election. The Action démocratique du Québec, in a major breakthrough, became the official opposition. The Parti Québécois was relegated to third-party status for the first time since the 1973 election. The Liberals won their lowest share of the popular vote since Confederation, and the PQ with their 28.35% of the votes cast won their lowest share since 1973 and their second lowest ever (ahead of only the 23.06% attained in their initial election campaign in 1970).Each of the three major parties won nearly one-third of the popular vote, the closest three-way split in Quebec electoral history until the 2012 election. Voter turnout among those eligible was 71.23%, a marginal difference from the previous general election in 2003.
The provinces and territories of Canada are sub-national governments within the geographical areas of Canada under the authority of the Canadian Constitution. In the 1867 Canadian Confederation, three provinces of British North America—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Province of Canada —were united to form a federated colony, becoming a sovereign nation in the next century. Over its history, Canada's international borders have changed several times, and the country has grown from the original four provinces to the current ten provinces and three territories. Together, the provinces and territories make up the world's second-largest country by area.
Quebec is one of the thirteen provinces and territories of Canada. It is bordered to the west by the province of Ontario and the bodies of water James Bay and Hudson Bay; to the north by Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay; to the east by the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and the province of Newfoundland and Labrador; and to the south by the province of New Brunswick and the U.S. states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York. It also shares maritime borders with Nunavut, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia. Quebec is Canada's largest province by area and its second-largest administrative division; only the territory of Nunavut is larger. It is historically and politically considered to be part of Central Canada.
The Quebec Liberal Party is a federalist provincial political party in Quebec, Canada. It has been independent of the federal Liberal Party of Canada since 1955.
This was the first time since the 1970s that a government was not returned for its second term with a majority.
With just over a year left in the government's five year mandate, the Liberals called an election for March 26, 2007.
In August 2006, there were widespread rumours of an election to be held in the fall with speculation that Premier Jean Charest wanted to hold elections before a federal election would be held.
The Premier of Quebec (French: Premier ministre du Québec or Première ministre du Québec is the head of government of the Canadian province of Quebec. The current Premier of Quebec is François Legault of the Coalition Avenir Québec, sworn in on October 18, 2018 following the 2018 election.
Jean Charest, is a Quebec politician. He was the 29th premier of Quebec, from 2003 to 2012; the deputy prime minister of Canada from June 25, 1993, until November 4, 1993; the leader of the federal Progressive Conservative Party of Canada from 1993 to 1998; and the leader of the Quebec Liberal Party from 1998 to 2012. He became Premier after winning the 2003 election; after he lost the 2012 election he announced that he would be resigning as Quebec Liberal Leader and leaving politics. Charest sits as an advisor to Canada's Ecofiscal Commission.
Benoît Pelletier, the minister responsible for electoral reform, had announced his plan to table two bills about election reform during the fall, possibly leading to a referendum on voting system reform to be held concurrently with the election.However, as of December 2006, this plan has been put off indefinitely due to strong resistance to the idea of proportional representation from within the Liberal Party.
Benoît Pelletier is lawyer, academic, and politician in the Canadian province of Quebec. He was a Liberal member of the National Assembly of Quebec from 1998 to 2008 and was a prominent cabinet minister in the government of Jean Charest. He is best known for promoting the concept of "asymmetric federalism," wherein Quebec nationalism may be incorporated into a decentralized Canadian federal structure.
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Speculation grew that a provincial election would be held following the federal budget. It was thought that the federal Conservative government would present a budget that would address the perceived fiscal imbalance. This measure would help Charest argue that his government was more effective in getting concessions from the federal government than a PQ government would be. With polls showing Charest's Liberals ahead of the opposition for the first time in several years, speculation intensified that Charest would not wait until the federal budget to call a provincial election but call one in the winter to take advantage of both of these developments. Charest recalled the legislature early in order to table a provincial budget on February 20, 2007. On the same day, federal Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty announced that the federal budget would be tabled on March 19, clearing the way for Charest to set a provincial election for a week later in hopes of benefiting from Flaherty's budget. On February 21, Charest called the election for March 26.
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Charest wants to negotiate a solution to the problem of the fiscal imbalance between the federal and provincial governments with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
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André Boisclair, leader of the Parti Québécois, had said he would hold a referendum (or "popular consultation", as in the party platform) on the issue of Quebec independence as soon as possible after an election win.
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Multiculturalism, secularism and the place of cultural and religious minorities in Quebec were issues in this election. There was a large scale debate over "reasonable accommodation" towards cultural minorities, and a few political leaders expressed their views on the question. Mario Dumont, leader of the Action démocratique, took a clearer position on the question than the others, calling on the majority to protect some elements of national identity and values such as gender equality, and suggesting that a Quebec Constitution be written, in which the privileges cultural minorities are to be given would be clarified.
The overall results were:
|Action démocratique||Mario Dumont||125||4||5||41||+37||32.80%||1,224,412||30.84%||+12.63%|
|Parti Québécois||André Boisclair||125||45||45||36||-9||28.80%||1,125,546||28.35%||-4.91%|
|Québec solidaire||Régent Séguin †||123||-||-||-||-||-||144,418||3.64%||+2.58%‡|
|Bloc Pot||Hugô St-Onge||9||-||-||-||-||-||1,564||0.04%||-0.56%|
|Christian Democracy||Gilles Noël||12||-||-||-||-||-||1,548||0.04%||-0.05%|
|Independents and no affiliation||28||-||1||-||-||-||4,490||0.11%||-0.11%|
|Source: (official) |
|Popular Vote (%):||32.67||32.70||28.02||29.03||34.09||47.20||45.42||30.41||21.64||32.52||41.67||28.25||39.35||17.13||23.41||28.86||26.67|
|Popular Vote (%):||36.88||21.85||41.55||39.03||28.05||15.16||21.41||24.95||25.08||21.48||14.92||51.69||28.49||40.33||36.27||33.41||40.42|
|Popular Vote (%):||26.79||41.09||23.63||28.70||29.63||24.03||22.36||39.22||48.35||41.41||39.42||16.36||25.40||36.15||34.65||30.98||27.59|
|Parties below won no seats|
|Green||Popular Vote (%):||2.10||1.63||3.48||1.37||4.53||6.74||6.78||0||2.49||0||0.58||1.70||3.99||3.41||3.03||3.57||1.01|
|QS||Popular Vote (%):||1.56||2.69||2.97||2.65||3.58||6.32||3.81||5.42||2.43||4.60||3.42||1.91||2.51||2.98||2.61||2.95||3.80|
|M-LPQ||Popular Vote (%):||0||0||0.02||0||0||0.95||0.22||0||0||0||0||0.01||0.05||0||0||0.01||0|
|Bloc Pot||Popular Vote (%):||0||0||0||0||0||0.72||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0.09||0|
|CDPQ||Popular Vote (%):||0||0||0.18||0.04||0||0.48||0||0||0||0||0||0.05||0||0||0||0||0|
|Independent||Popular Vote (%):||0||0.04||0.14||0.35||0.17||0.80||0||0||0||0||0||0.03||0||0||0.04||0.13||0.50|
|Polling Firm||Last Date of Polling||Link||Liberal||Parti Québécois||Action démocratique||Québec solidaire||Green (PVQ)||Other|
|Angus Reid Strategies||March 24, 2007||31||29||30||5||6||0|
|Léger Marketing||March 24, 2007||35||29||26||4||5||1|
|CROP||March 22, 2007||34||28||25||5||8||0|
|Strategic Counsel||March 21, 2007||30||31||28||5||6||0|
|Strategic Counsel||March 16, 2007||30||32||26||5||7||0|
|Léger Marketing||March 15, 2007||33||30||30||3||4||0|
|SES||March 14–15, 2007||26||24||15||4||5||(26 Unsure)|
|CROP||March 13, 2007||30||30||31||4||4||1|
|CROP||March 8, 2007||33||29||26||6||6||0|
|Léger Marketing||March 1, 2007||36||29||25||5||5||0|
|Léger Marketing||February 24, 2007||37||28||23||6||6||0|
|CROP||February 20, 2007||35||32||18||5||10||0|
|CROP||February 15, 2007||HTML||35||33||19||5||8||0|
|Léger Marketing||February 10, 2007||36||31||21||5||5||2|
|Léger Marketing||January 28, 2007||34||32||24||5||5||0|
|CROP||January 28, 2007||HTML||37||34||12||4||8||1|
|Léger Marketing||December 5, 2006||36||35||20||7||6||0|
|CROP||September 24, 2006||HTML||37||37||12||4||9||1|
|CROP||August 28, 2006||HTML||32||37||13||7||9||2|
|Léger Marketing||June 25, 2006||37||33||17||6||7||0|
|CROP||June 25, 2006||HTML||32||35||16||7||9||1|
|Léger Marketing||April 30, 2006||PDF [ permanent dead link ]||29||34||15||8||7||7|
|Léger Marketing||March 12, 2006||32||43||11||6||8||0|
The results in each riding (electoral division) were:
Cabinet members and party leaders are in bold type.
|Bonaventure||Nathalie Normandeau 10,221||Doris Chapados 5,710||Karine Delarosbil 2,357||Hélène Morin 1,039||Nathalie Normandeau|
|Gaspé||Georges Mamelonet 7,022||Guy Lelièvre 7,662||Bruno Cloutier 3,162||Annie Chouinard 858||Guy Lelièvre|
|Îles-de-la-Madeleine||Pierre Proulx 2,642||Maxime Arseneau 4,820||Patrick Leblanc 380||Nicolas Tremblay 139||Maxime Arseneau|
|Kamouraska-Témiscouata||Claude Béchard 9,826||Nancy Gagnon 4,804||Gérald Beaulieu 9,074||Céline Tremblay 521||Lise Lebel 515||Claude Béchard|
|Matane||Nancy Charest 7,617||Pascal Bérubé 7,830||Donald Grenier 3,980||Brigitte Michaud 358||François Vincent 240||Nancy Charest|
|Matapédia||Normand Boulianne 5,137||Danielle Doyer 9,041||Rémy Villeneuve 5,436||Dominic Fortin 551||Jean-François Guay 526||Danielle Doyer|
|Rimouski||Hélène Ménard 6,988||Irvin Pelletier 12,925||Roger Picard 9,394||Guylaine Bélanger 1,894||Stéphanie Théorêt 651||Solange Charest †|
|Rivière-du-Loup||Jean D'Amour 7,390||Hugues Belzile 2,821||Mario Dumont 15,276||Martin Poirier 639||Mario Dumont|
|Chicoutimi||André Harvey 12,919||Stéphane Bédard 13,965||Luc Picard 6,155||Colette Fournier 1,093||Daniel Fortin 803||Stéphane Bédard|
|Dubuc||Johnny Simard 7,077||Jacques Côté 10,120||Robert Émond 8,401||Marie Francine Bienvenue 728||Michel Marécat 602||Jacques Côté|
|Duplessis||Marc Proulx 6,332||Lorraine Richard 10,205||Bernard Lefrançois 4,959||Olivier Noël 689||Jacques Gélineau 621||Lorraine Richard|
|Jonquière||Françoise Gauthier 11,576||Sylvain Gaudreault 12,851||Marc Jomphe 6,634||Sylvain Bergeron 839||Dominic Rouette 703||Pierre Laliberté (No designation) 71||Françoise Gauthier|
|Lac-Saint-Jean||Yves Bolduc 9,175||Alexandre Cloutier 14,750||Éric Girard 6,837||Denis Plamondon 536||Vital Tremblay 474||Stéphan Tremblay †|
|René-Lévesque||François Désy 3,723||Marjolain Dufour 12,160||André Desrosiers 6,642||Mylène Lapierre 426||Styves Griffith 533||Marjolain Dufour|
|Roberval||Karl Blackburn 11,141||Denis Trottier 13,506||Mario-Michel Jomphe 6,638||Nicole Schmitt 1,065||Karl Blackburn|
|Charlesbourg||Éric R. Mercier 10,843||Richard Marceau 9,828||Catherine Morissette 17,207||Réjean Dumais 837||Rama Borne MacDonald 968||Éric R. Mercier|
|Charlevoix||Jean-Guy Bouchard 6,541||Rosaire Bertrand 9,099||Conrad Harvey 7,436||Lucie Charbonneau 527||David Turcotte 553||Rosaire Bertrand|
|Chauveau||Sarah Perreault 8,849||Robert Miller 6,680||Gilles Taillon 22,013||Nathalie Brochu 800||Mathilde Lavoie Morency 1,255||Sarah Perreault|
|Jean-Lesage||Michel Després 10,185||Christian Simard 7,990||Jean-François Gosselin 13,865||Jean-Yves Desgagnés 1,236||Lucien Rodrigue 1,159||Jean Bédard (M-L) 100|
José Breton (Ind) 131
Danielle Benny (DCQ) 116
|Jean-Talon||Philippe Couillard 13,732||Véronique Hivon 9,859||Luc de la Sablonnière 6,056||Monique Voisine 1,463||Ali Dahan 1,518||Francis Denis (DCQ) 95||Margaret F. Delisle|
|La Peltrie||France Hamel 11,171||Robert Beauregard 7,033||Éric Caire 21,055||Guillame Boivin 772||Priscilla Schafer 1,203||France Hamel|
|Louis-Hébert||Sam Hamad 14,410||André Joli-Coeur 10,429||Jean Nobert 13,594||Catherine Lebossé 1,326||André Larocque 1,734||Claude Cloutier (DCQ) 225||Sam Hamad|
|Montmorency||Raymond Bernier 9,124||Daniel Leblond 8,171||Hubert Benoit 20,796||Jacques Legros 772||Julien Rodrigue 1,172||Denise Jetté-Cloutier (DCQ) 149|
François Martin (Ind) 356
|Portneuf||Jean-Pierre Soucy 10,861||Martin Courval 5,667||Raymond Francoeur 15,496||André Lavoie 580||Simon Sauvageau 1,145||Jean-Pierre Soucy|
|Taschereau||Philippe Cannon 7,073||Agnès Maltais 12,340||Caroline Pageau 9,162||Serge Roy 2,741||Yonnel Bonaventure 1,860||Luc Schulz (Ind) 81||Agnès Maltais|
|Vanier||Jean-Claude L'Abbée 9,733||Sylvain Lévesque 7,694||Sylvain Légaré 20,699||Marie Dionne 859||Lucien Gravelle 1,149||Louis Casgrain (DCQ) 103||Sylvain Légaré|
|Champlain||Christian Fortin 7,635||Noëlla Champagne 10,871||Pierre-Michel Auger 15,872||Alex Noël 1,039||Noëlla Champagne|
|Laviolette||Julie Boulet 10,100||Patrick Lahaie 6,687||Stéphane Defoy 6,826||Pierrette Doucet 468||Pierre Audette 494||Josée Lafontaine (DCQ) 66||Julie Boulet|
|Maskinongé||Francine Gaudet 10,767||Rémy Désilets 10,008||Jean Damphousse 14,862||Mario Landry 699||Frédéric Demouy 781||Francine Gaudet|
|Saint-Maurice||France Beaulieu 6,487||Claude Pinard 8,494||Robert Deschamps 9,788||Marianne Mathis 796||Francis Mondou (Ind) 387||Claude Pinard|
|Trois-Rivières||André Gabias 7,862||Jean-Pierre Adam 7,672||Sébastien Proulx 10,247||André Lemay 907||Louis Lacroix 739||Stéphan Vincent (Ind) 121||André Gabias|
|Arthabaska||Claude Bachand 11,145||Thérèse Domingue 7920||Jean-François Roux 15,323||Bill Ninacs 1,135||François Fillion 1,038||Claude Bachand|
|Beauce-Nord||Claude Drouin 8,056||Denis Couture 2,392||Janvier Grondin 19,127||Christian Dubois 361||Jérémie Vachon 525||Benoît Roy (Ind) 83||Janvier Grondin|
|Beauce-Sud||Diane Leblanc 10,301||André Côté 3,582||Claude Morin 19,371||Marie-Claude Bisson 835||Diane Leblanc|
|Bellechasse||Dominique Vien 9,005||Sylvie Vallières 3,511||Jean Domingue 12,714||Colin Perreault 460||Ghislain Gaulin 512||Dominique Vien|
|Chutes-de-la-Chaudière||France Proulx 7,292||Yvan Loubier 7,618||Marc Picard 24,378||Éveline Gueppe 854||Jean-Luc Bugnon 1,183||Marc Picard|
|Drummond||Lyne Boisvert 9,476||Normand Jutras 12,960||Sébastien Schneeberger 15,343||Luce Daneau 1,645||Mario G. Bergeron (Ind) 380||Normand Jutras|
|Frontenac||Laurent Lessard 10,440||Juliette Jalbert 5,264||Alain Gariépy 8,831||Dominique Bernier 391||Pierre Richard 496||Laurent Lessard|
|Johnson||Nicole Brouillette 7,157||Claude Boucher 11,331||Éric Charbonneau 11,511||Marcel Pinard 770||Benoit Lapierre 1,188||Claude Boucher|
|Lévis||Carole Théberge 9,925||Linda Goupil 10,101||Christian Lévesque 17,388||Valérie C.-Guilloteau 866||Jean-Claude Lespérance 1,015||Paul Biron (DCQ) 127|
Serge Patenaude (M-L) 36
|Lotbinière||Laurent Boissonneault 5,741||Annie Thériault 4,313||Sylvie Roy 15,491||Catherine Drolet 632||Sylvie Roy|
|Montmagny-L'Islet||Norbert Morin 8,831||Réjean Boulet 3,512||Claude Roy 10,028||Yvon Léveillée 310||Richard Piper 445||Norbert Morin|
|Nicolet-Yamaska||Yves Baril 6,770||Donald Martel 7,455||Éric Dorion 10,839||Jean Proulx 1,121||Simonne Lizotte (Ind) 138||Michel Morin †|
|Mégantic-Compton||Johanne Gonthier 8,071||Gloriane Blais 7,094||Jocelyn Brouillette 7,862||Ludovick Nadeau 544||Sébastien Lanctôt 904||Daniel Bouchard †|
|Orford||Pierre Reid 13,050||Michel Breton 11,153||Steve Bourassa 11,798||Patricia Tremblay 1,404||Louis Hamel 1,798||Pierre Reid|
|Richmond||Yvon Vallières 11,257||Martyne Prévost 5,485||Pierre Hébert 8,179||Danielle Maire 746||Frédérick Clerson-Guicherd 805||Claude Bergeron (Ind) 129||Yvon Vallières|
|Saint-François||Monique Gagnon-Tremblay 12,523||Mariette Fugère 9,798||François Rioux 7,892||Suzanne Thériault 1,111||Anick Proulx 1,772||Monique Gagnon-Tremblay|
|Sherbrooke||Jean Charest 13,136||Claude Forgues 11,804||Michel Dumont 6,409||Christian Bibeau 2,263||Steve Dubois 2,203||Hubert Richard (Ind) 115||Jean Charest|
|Borduas||Jacques Charbonneau 6,978||Pierre Curzi 12,624||Claude Gauthier 10,106||Julie Raby 1,110||Oliver Adam 1,453||Super Cauchon (Ind) 281||Vacant|
|Brome-Missisquoi||Pierre Paradis 13,986||Richard Leclerc 7,114||Jean L'Écuyer 11,029||Lorraine Lasnier 1,058||Vanessa Thibodeau 1,946||Pierre Paradis|
|Chambly||Marc Tanguay 11,219||Bertrand St-Arnaud 13,469||Richard Merlini 18,145||Alain Dubois 1,517||Marie-Mars Adam 2,266||Vacant|
|Iberville||Jean Rioux 8,431||Marie Bouillé 9,236||André Riedl 14,395||Danielle Desmarais 777||Alexandre Labbé 1,218||Jean Rioux|
|Richelieu||Gilles Salvas 7,353||Sylvain Simard 11,461||Philippe Rochat 9,436||Éric Noël 781||François Desmarais 1,024||Normand Philibert (Ind) 146||Sylvain Simard|
|Saint-Hyacinthe||Claude Corbeil 9,563||Léandre Dion 11,879||Claude L'Écuyer 13,216||Richard Gingras 1,029||Catherine Desrochers 1,265||Léandre Dion|
|Saint-Jean||Jean-Pierre Paquin 10,131||Dave Turcotte 11,916||Lucille Méthé 17,189||Guillaume Tremblay 1,478||Jean-Pierre Paquin|
|Shefford||Bernard Brodeur 10,897||Paul Sarrazin 9,280||François Bonnardel 16,648||Ginette Moreau 1,310||Jean-François Arsenault 1,178||Dominic Thibeault (BP) 210||Bernard Brodeur|
|Verchères||Paul Verret 4,783||Stéphane Bergeron 13,811||Luc Robitaille 12,495||Michelle Hudon-David 1,022||Geneviève Ménard 1,405||Stéphane Bergeron|
|Beauharnois||Jean-Guy Hudon 7,679||Serge Deslières 12,967||Michael Betts 9,262||Normand Perry 600||Éric Desormeaux 1,061||Serge Deslières|
|Châteauguay||Jean-Marc Fournier 15,261||Michel Pinard 11,126||Chantal Marin 12,103||Véronique Pronovost 960||Khalil Saade 1,143||Jean-Marc Fournier|
|Huntingdon||André Chenail 9,883||Éric Pigeon 7,070||Albert De Martin 13,480||Marc Pronovost 693||Jean Siouville (Ind) 295||André Chenail|
|La Pinière||Fatima Houda-Pepin 17,786||Saloua Hassoun 6,281||Marc-André Beauchemin 8,654||Jean-Claude Bernheim 860||Claude Breton 1,684||Fatima Houda-Pepin|
|Laporte||Nicole Ménard 13,219||Robert Pellan 8,137||Michel Beaudoin 7,689||Michèle St-Denis 1,318||Richard Morisset 1,998||Michel Audet †|
|La Prairie||Jean Dubuc 12,253||François Rebello 13,113||Monique Roy Verville 14,458||Antoine Pich 818||Louis Corbeil 1,605||Normand Chouinard (M-L) 60|
Guy Latour (BP) 238
Martin McNeil (Ind) 179
|Marguerite-D'Youville||Pierre Moreau 11,390||Sébastien Gagnon 13,017||Simon-Pierre Diamond 15,572||Daniel Michelin 2,014||Pierre Moreau|
|Marie-Victorin||Nic Leblanc 5,974||Bernard Drainville 11,055||Roger Dagenais 7,928||François Cyr 1,420||Réal Langelier 1,327||Richard Lemagnifique (BP) 211||Cécile Vermette †|
|Soulanges||Lucie Charlebois 10,689||Marc Laviolette 7,821||Sylvain Brazeau 9,212||Marielle Rodrigue 442||Alain Brazeau 1,389||Gilles Paquette (Ind) 113||Lucie Charlebois|
|Taillon||Anne Pâquet 9,092||Marie Malavoy 13,991||Karine Simard 12,588||Manon Blanchard 1,878||Jonathan Mortreux 1,971||Marie Malavoy|
|Vachon||Brigitte Mercier 8,184||Camil Bouchard 11,560||Maro Akoury 11,333||Richard St-Onge 755||Denis Durand 1,309||Camil Bouchard|
|Vaudreuil||Yvon Marcoux 15,465||Louisanne Chevrier 8,198||Jean-Claude Lévesque 8,787||Micheline Déry 686||Jean-Yves Massenet 1940||Yvon Marcoux|
|Anjou||Lise Thériault 13,280||Sébastien Richard 8,795||Lorraine Laperrière 7,379||Francine Gagné 1,151||Alain Bissonnette 1,366||Hélène Héroux (M-L) 107||Lise Thériault|
|Bourassa-Sauvé||Line Beauchamp 15,730||Roland Carrier 7,140||Guy Mailloux 6,430||Marie-Noëlle Doucet-Paquin 1,083||Marie-Ange Germain 895||Charles-Antoine Gabriel (Ind) 161||Line Beauchamp|
|Bourget||Pierre Carrier 7,566||Diane Lemieux 13,359||Clairmont De La Croizetière 7,467||Lynda Gadoury 1,363||Scott McKay 2,680||Claudette Deschamps (DCQ) 227||Diane Lemieux|
|Crémazie||Michèle Lamquin-Éthier 11,919||Lisette Lapointe 12,282||Geneviève Tousignant 5,475||André Frappier 2,184||Nathalie Gingras 1,941||Marsha Fine (M-L) 109||Michèle Lamquin-Éthier|
|Gouin||Nathalie Rivard 5,612||Nicolas Girard 11,318||Jean-Philip Ruel 3,540||Françoise David 7,913||Yohan Tremblay 1,744||Hugô St-Onge (BP) 157|
Jocelyne Leduc (Ind) 109
|Hochelaga-Maisonneuve||Vahid Vidah-Fortin 3,378||Louise Harel 13,043||Marie-Chantal Pelletier 3,837||Gabriel Chevrefils 2,384||Geneviève Guérin 1,756||Christine Dandenault (M-L) 64|
Daniel Laforest (Ind) 96
Starbuck Leroidurock (BP) 195
|Jeanne-Mance–Viger||Michel Bissonnet 20,715||Kamal El Batal 3,648||Carole Giroux 4,571||Ramon Villaruel 635||Hamadou Abdel Kader Nikiema 790||Stéphane Chénier (M-L) 101||Michel Bissonnet|
|LaFontaine||Tony Tomassi 16,281||Guido Renzi 3,715||Marie-Êve Campéano 4,752||Victorien Pilote 552||Jean-Christophe Mortreux 765||Tony Tomassi|
|Laurier-Dorion||Gerry Sklavounos 12,054||Elsie Lefebvre 10,968||Louise Levesque 2,874||Ruba Ghazal 2,421||Sébastien Chagnon-Jean 1,639||Mostafa Ben Kirane (No designation) 115|
Peter Macrisopoulos (M-L) 166
Gerakis Vassilios (Ind) 170
|Mercier||Nathalie Rochefort 5,601||Daniel Turp 9,426||Gabriel Tupula Yamba 2,381||Amir Khadir 8,303||Sylvain Valiquette 2,398||Nicky Tanguay (BP) 156||Daniel Turp|
|Pointe-aux-Trembles||Daniel Fournier 5,299||André Boisclair 13,792||Martin-Karl Bourbonnais 7,691||Dominique Ritchot 763||Xavier Daxhelet 1,249||Julien Ferron (DCQ) 123|
Geneviève Royer (M-L) 40
Etienne Mallette (BP) 153
|Rosemont||Yasmine Alloul 9,963||Rita Dionne-Marsolais 14,110||L. Thierry Bernard 6,933||François Saillant 3,420||Marc-André Gadoury 1,938||Garnet Colly (M-L) 82|
Raphaël Turbide (BP) 330
|Sainte-Marie–Saint-Jacques||Denise Dussault 6,021||Martin Lemay 10,501||Jean-Stéphane Dupervil 2,733||Manon Massé 3,596||Corinne Ardon 2,460||Serge Lachapelle (M-L) 92||Martin Lemay|
|Viau||Emmanuel Dubourg 12,917||Naïma Mimoune 5,406||Sylvie Fontaine 4,157||Valérie Lavoie 1,231||Simon Bernier 1,169||William Cusano †|
|Acadie||Christine St-Pierre 18,090||Frédéric Lapointe 4,994||Charles Ghorayeb 4,352||André Parizeau 1,137||Nicolas Rémillard-Tessier 1,511||Yvan Bordeleau †|
|D'Arcy-McGee||Lawrence Bergman 18,411||Pierre-Philippe Emond 710||Marcelle Guay 934||Abraham Weizfeld 338||Robert Leibner 1,470||Lawrence Bergman|
|Jacques-Cartier||Geoffrey Kelley 22,381||Sophia Caporicci 1,352||Walter Rulli 3,973||Jill Hanley 501||Ryan Young 3,545||Andy Srougi (Ind) 166||Geoffrey Kelley|
|Marguerite-Bourgeoys||Monique Jérôme-Forget 16,752||Siou Fan Houang 4,687||Martin Marquis 5,518||Jocelyne Desautels 717||Serge Bellemare 1,454||Yves Le Seigle (M-L) 56|
Marc Veilleux (DCQ) 122
|Marquette||François Ouimet 14,985||Daniel Hurteau 6,448||Mark Yerbury 6,464||Johanne Létourneau 944||Réjean Malette 2,313||Russell Wood (Ind) 220||François Ouimet|
|Mont-Royal||Pierre Arcand 16,066||Zhao Xin Wu 2,197||Alexandre Tremblay-Michaud 1,893||Antonio Artuso 801||Boris-Antoine Legault 1,710||Diane Johnston (M-L) 108||Philippe Couillard|
|Nelligan||Yolande James 21,458||Dorothée Morin 2,977||Jean Lecavalier 6,096||Elahé Machouf 532||Jonathan Théorêt 2,560||Yolande James|
|Notre-Dame-de-Grâce||Russell Copeman 14,825||Sophie Fréchette 2,460||Julie Clouatre 1,745||David Mandel 1,105||Peter McQueen 3,839||Linda Sullivan (M-L) 70||Russell Copeman|
|Outremont||Raymond Bachand 11,861||Salim Laaroussi 5,928||Pierre Harvey 2,236||Sujata Dey 2,303||Luc Côté 2,723||Romain Angeles (Ind) 101|
Yvon Breton (M-L) 68
|Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne||Marguerite Blais 11,915||Robin Philpot 9,162||Chantal Beauregard 5,422||Arthur Sandborn 2,037||Shawna O'Flaherty 2,179||Andrzej Jastrzebski (DCQ) 141|
Rachel Hoffman (M-L) 103
|Nicole Loiselle †|
|Robert-Baldwin||Pierre Marsan 22,131||Alexandre Pagé-Chassé 1,578||Ginette Lemire 3,243||Jocelyne Mesish 517||Shawn Katz 2,136||Pierre Marsan|
|Saint-Laurent||Jacques Dupuis 19,970||William Fayad 3,447||Jose Fiorilo 3,373||Wissam Saliba 856||Stephen Marchant 1,718||Fernand Deschamps (M-L) 141||Jacques Dupuis|
|Verdun||Henri-François Gautrin 12,204||Richard Langlais 8,688||Sylvie Tremblay 5,239||David Fennario 1,430||Pierre-Yves McSween 1,868||Normand Fournier (M-L) 74|
Robert Lindblad (Ind) 80
Gilles Noël (DCQ) 118
Sala Samghour (BP) 106
|Westmount–Saint-Louis||Jacques Chagnon 13,311||Denise Laroche 1,679||Caroline Morgan 1,538||Nadia Alexan 800||Patrick Daoust 2,517||Nicholas Lin (M-L) 72||Jacques Chagnon|
|Chomedey||Guy Ouellette 18,625||Joëlle Quérin 5,186||Phani Papachristou 7,915||Francine Bellerose 691||Jean Martin 1,241||Noemia Onofre de Lima (No designation) 307|
Polyvios Tsakanikas (M-L) 102
|Thomas J. Mulcair †|
|Fabre||Michelle Courchesne 14,410||Guy Lachapelle 11,074||Patrick Pilotte 13,176||Marie-France Phisel 881||Julien Boisseau 1846||Michelle Courchesne|
|Laval-des-Rapides||Alain Paquet 11,532||Marc Demers 10,048||Robert Goulet 9,344||Nicole Caron 1,145||Michel Lefebvre 1,460||Alain Paquet|
|Mille-Îles||Maurice Clermont 15,978||Maude Delangis 11,158||Pierre Tremblay 11,330||Nicole Bellerose 1,218||Christian Lajoie 1,507||Régent Millette (Ind) 96||Maurice Clermont|
|Vimont||Vincent Auclair 14,942||Marie-France Charbonneau 11,255||François Gaudreau 12,897||Mickael Labrie 879||Catherine Ouellet-Cummings 1,606||Vincent Auclair|
|Berthier||Carole Majeau 6,699||Alexandre Bourdeau 13,382||François Benjamin 16,219||Jocelyne Dupuis 1,089||André Chauvette 1,092||Alexandre Bourdeau|
|Joliette||Céline Beaulieu 7,555||Claude Duceppe 13,056||Pascal Beaupré 13,803||Flavie Trudel 1,703||Johanne Edsell 1,169||Jonathan Valois †|
|L'Assomption||Benoit Verstraete 8,235||Jean-Claude St-André 14,287||Éric Laporte 16,510||Olivier Huard 1,303||Michel Ménard 1,777||Jean-Claude St-André|
|Masson||Denise Cloutier 6,064||Luc Thériault 15,318||Ginette Grandmont 18,772||Marco Legrand 1,062||Jean Bonneau 1,567||Luc Thériault|
|Rousseau||Yves Prud'Homme 5,405||François Legault 14,670||Jean-Pierre Parrot 13,264||Alex Boisdequin-Lefort 789||Richard Chatagneau 992||François Legault|
|Terrebonne||Chantal Leblanc 6,720||Jocelyne Caron 15,160||Jean-François Therrien 17,223||Jean Baril 1,136||Pierre-Charles De Guise 1,508||Jocelyne Caron|
|Argenteuil||David Whissell 9,919||John Saywell 6,796||Georges Lapointe 7,794||Guy Dufresne 582||Claude Sabourin 1,233||David Whissell|
|Bertrand||Daniel Desjardins 9,092||Claude Cousineau 13,672||Sylvain Charron 11,188||Jocelyne Lavoie 1,226||Richard Savignac 1,762||Claude Cousineau|
|Blainville||Roberto Rego 8,081||Richard Legendre 13,974||Pierre Gingras 17,609||Francis Gagnon-Bergmann 797||Geoffroy Chartrand 1,561||Richard Legendre|
|Deux-Montagnes||Paule Fortier 8,182||Daniel Goyer 11,283||Lucie Leblanc 12,415||Julien Demers 737||Guy Rainville 1,506||Manon Bissonnette (Ind) 114||Hélène Robert †|
|Groulx||Pierre Descoteaux 9,853||Rachel Gagnon 10,486||Linda Lapointe 13,605||Adam Veilleux 849||Robert Harenclak 1,504||Pierre Descoteaux|
|Labelle||Déborah Bélanger 6,958||Sylvain Pagé 13,926||Claude Ouellette 7,689||Luc Boisjoli 893||François Beauchamp 1,188||Sylvain Pagé|
|Mirabel||Ritha Cossette 5,520||Denise Beaudoin 11,691||François Desrochers 15,243||Jocelyn Parent 630||Sylvain Castonguay 1,233||Denise Beaudoin|
|Prévost||Richard Bélisle 7,929||Lucie Papineau 15,189||Martin Camirand 15,996||Mylène Jaccoud 1,588||Lucie Papineau|
|Chapleau||Benoît Pelletier 14,581||Edith Gendron 7,137||Jocelyn Dumais 8,071||Jennifer Jean-Brice Vales 774||Roger Fleury 1,755||Pierre Soublière (M-L) 65||Benoît Pelletier|
|Gatineau||Stéphanie Vallée 13,575||Thérèse Viel-Déry 7,204||Martin Otis 6,440||Carmen Boucher 892||Gail Lemmon Walker 1,949||Lisa Leblanc (M-L) 145||Réjean Lafrenière †|
|Hull||Roch Cholette 12,661||Marcel Painchaud 7,130||François Lizotte 5,067||Bill Clennett 2,370||Mélanie Perreault 2,485||Gabriel-Girard Bernier (M-L) 68||Roch Cholette|
|Papineau||Norman MacMillan 13,530||Gilles Hébert 9,317||Serge Charette 9,087||Marie-Élaine Rouleau 1,033||Patrick Mailloux 1,643||Norman MacMillan|
|Pontiac||Charlotte L'Écuyer 14,817||Patrick Robert-Meunier 3,257||Victor Bilodeau 3,943||Jessica Squires 739||Brian Gibb 2,498||David Ethier-April (M-L) 66||Charlotte L'Écuyer|
|Abitibi-Est||Pierre Corbeil 7,545||Alexis Wawanoloath 8,262||Gilles Gagnon 5,060||France-Claude Goyette 1,042||Pierre Corbeil|
|Abitibi-Ouest||Jean-Louis Carignan 5,376||François Gendron 10,983||Éric Mathieu 5,529||Caroline Sigouin 814||François Gendron|
|Rouyn-Noranda–Témiscamingue||Daniel Bernard 9,352||Johanne Morasse 9,481||Mario Provencher 7,687||France Caouette 2,117||Daniel Bernard|
|Ungava||Aline Sauvageau 3,577||Luc Ferland 4,555||Jacques L. Cadieux 2,363||Gilbert Hamel 506||Michel Létourneau †|
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