Federal Elections Canada 2019 Election Day

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Federal Elections Canada 2019 Schedule, Election Day, 2015 Federal Election Results, Political Parties in Canada

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The Federal Elections in Canada are due to be held on or before 21st October 2019. The 2019 Canadian Federal Elections are due to be held to form the 43rd Parliament in Canada. The Parliament of Canada consists of 2 houses one is lower house and the second one is upper house. The lower house is commonly referred as the House of Commons and the upper house represents the Senators. The lower house or House of Commons of Canadian Parliament consists of 338 members whose term will be for a maximum period of 5 years. The Canadian Senate has 105 seats out of these Senate positions are appointed by the Governor General of Canada on the Prime Ministers advice.
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Electoral System of Canada:

The Elections Canada is responsible for conducting, organizing the elections in Canada. The Federal Elections in Canada normally will be held in every five years to elect the House of Commons and the political party who gets more House of Commons seats or MP Seats they will choose the Prime Minister of Canada. On the Advice of Canadian Prime Minister the Governor General will appoint the Senators. The Senator positions in Canada have fixed and long terms. The Canadian Senator can be given permanent term up to 75 years. The Canada Electoral system is a Parliamentary Election system which involves the plurality voting system. The people of Canada elects the candidates who are contesting for the MP position (Member of Parliament) and finally the political party with more number of MP positions will choose the Prime Minister to form the Government. The Canada constitutes 13 Province/ Territories. The Canadian Parliament consists of 2 houses one is House of Commons and the second one is house of senators. To elect the House of Commons the voting system will be Plurality Voting System.               

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Major Political Parties in Canada:

  • Liberal Party
  • Conservative Party
  • New democratic Party
  • Bloc Quebecois Party
  • Green Party
  • People’s Party
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Political Parties and Leaders:

S.NO Political Party in Canada Political Party Leader
1 Liberal Party Justin Trudeau
2 Conservative Party Andrew Scheer
3 New Democratic Party Jagmeet Singh
4 Bloc Quebecois Party Yves- Francois Blanchet
5 Green Party Elizabeth May
6 People’s Party Maxime Bernier

Canada Federal Elections 2019 Schedule:

  • Senate Elections in Canada – Before 21st October 2019
  • House of Representatives Elections in Canada – Before 21st October 2019
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Canadian Federal Elections Results 2015:

In the year 2015, the Federal Elections were held in Canada to form the 42nd Parliament on 19th October 2015. The Canadian Parliament House of Commons consists of 338 seats to form the Government one need to win 170 MP Seats (Member of Parliament). The Liberal party lead by Justin Pierre James Trudeau won 184 MP Seats out of 338 seats and formed the 42nd Parliament, whereas the Conservative Party which was lead by the former Prime Minister Stephen Joseph Harper won 99 MP seats, and the New democratic Party won 44 seats.

S.NO Name of the Party Party Leader Number of MP Seats Contested for2015 Federal Elections Number of MP Seats Won in 2015 Federal Elections
1 Liberal  Party Justin Trudeau 338 184
2 Conservative  Party Stephen Harper 338 99
3 New Democratic  Party Tom Mulcair 338 44
4 Bloc Québécois  Party Gilles Duceppe 78 10
5 Green  Party Elizabeth May 336 1
6 Independents No Affiliation 80 0
7 Libertarian  Party Tim Moen 72 0
8 Christian Heritage  Party Rod Taylor 30 0
9 Marxist–Leninist  Party Anna Di Carlo 70 0
10 Strength in Democracy Party Jean-François Fortin 17 0
11 Rhinoceros  Party Sébastien Corriveau 27 0
12 Progressive Canadian  Party Sinclair Stevens 8 0
13 Communist  Party Miguel Figueroa 26 0
14 Animal Alliance  Party Liz White 8 0
15 Marijuana  Party Blair Longley 8 0
16 Democratic Advancement Party Stephen Garvey 4 0
17 Pirate  Party Roderick Lim 5 0
18 Canadian Action  Party Jeremy Arney 3 0
19 Canada Party Jim Pankiw 1 0
20 Seniors Party Daniel J. Patton 1 0
21 Alliance of the North  Party François Bélanger 1 0
22 Bridge  Party David Berlin 1 0
23 PACT  Party Michael Nicula 1 0
24 United  Party Bob Kesic 1 0
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Canadian Federal Elections Results 2019:

S.NO Name of the Party Party Leader Number of MP Seats Contested for2019 Federal Elections Number of MP Seats Won in 2019 Federal Elections
1 Liberal  Party Justin Trudeau    
2 Conservative  Party Stephen Harper    
3 New Democratic  Party Tom Mulcair    
4 Bloc Québécois  Party Gilles Duceppe    
5 Green  Party Elizabeth May    
6 Independents No Affiliation    
7 Libertarian  Party Tim Moen    
8 Christian Heritage  Party Rod Taylor    
9 Marxist–Leninist  Party Anna Di Carlo    
10 Strength in Democracy Party Jean-François Fortin    
11 Rhinoceros  Party Sébastien Corriveau    
12 Progressive Canadian  Party Sinclair Stevens    
13 Communist  Party Miguel Figueroa    
14 Animal Alliance  Party Liz White    
15 Marijuana  Party Blair Longley    
16 Democratic Advancement Party Stephen Garvey    
17 Pirate  Party Roderick Lim    
18 Canadian Action  Party Jeremy Arney    
19 Canada Party Jim Pankiw    
20 Seniors Party Daniel J. Patton    
21 Alliance of the North  Party François Bélanger    
22 Bridge  Party David Berlin    
23 PACT  Party Michael Nicula    
24 United  Party Bob Kesic    
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Canadian Prime Ministers from 1867 to 2015:

S.NO Name of the Prime Minister Political Party Term of the Prime Minister
1 Sir John Alexander MacDonald Liberal-Conservative Party 01/07/1867 to 5/11/1873
2 Alexander Mackenzie Liberal Party 07/11/1873 to 08/10/1878
3 Sir John Alexander MacDonald Liberal-Conservative Party 17/10/1878 to 06/06/1891
4 Sir John Joseph Caldwell Abbott Liberal-Conservative Party 16/06/1891 to 24/11/1892
5 Sir John Sparrow David Thompson Liberal-Conservative Party 05/12/1892 to 12/12/1894
6 Sir Mackenzie Bowell Conservative Party 21/12/1894 to 27/04/1896
7 Sir Charles Tupper Bt Conservative Party 01/05/1896 to 08/07/1896
8 Sir Henry Charles Wilfred Laurier Liberal Party 11/07/1896 to 06/10/1911
9 Sir Robert Laird Borden Conservative Party 10/10/1911 to 11/10/1917
10 Sir Robert Laird Borden Conservative Party 12/10/1917 to 10/07/1920
11 Arthur Meighen National Liberal & Conservative Party 10/07/1920 to 29/12/1921
12 William Lyon Mackenzie King Liberal Party 29/12/1921 to 28/06/1926
13 Arthur Meighen Conservative Party 29/06/1926 to 25/09/1926
14 William Lyon Mackenzie King Liberal Party 25/09/1926 to 07/08/1930
15 Richard Bedford Bennett Conservative Party 07/08/1930 to 23/10/1935
16 William Lyon Mackenzie King Liberal Party 23/10/1935 to 15/11/1948
17 Louis Stephen St. Laurent Liberal Party 15/11/1948 to 21/06/1957
18 John George Diefenbaker Progressive Conservative Party 21/06/1957 to 22/04/1963
19 Lester Bowles Pearson Liberal Party 22/04/1963 to 20/04/1968
20 Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliot Trudeau Liberal Party 20/04/1968 to 03/06 1979  
21 Charles Joseph Clark Liberal Party 04/06 1979 to 03/03/1980
22 Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliot Trudeau Liberal Party 03/03/1980 to 30/06/1984
23 John Napier Wyndham Turner Liberal Party 30/06/1984 to 17/09/1984
24 Martin Brain Mulroney Progressive Conservative Party 17/09/1984 to 25/06/1993
25 Avril Phaedra Douglas Campbell Progressive Conservative Party 25/06/1993 to 04/11/1993
26 Joseph Jacques Jean Chertien Liberal Party 04/11/1993 to 11/12/2003
27 Paul Edgar Phillip Martin Liberal Party 12/12/2003 to 05/02/2006
28 Stephen Joseph Harper Conservative Party 06/02/2006 to 03/11/2015
29 Justin Pierre James Trudeau Liberal Party 04/11/2015 – Current Prime Minister
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