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MPs who won 50 per cent or more of the vote in their ridings, Election 2015

By The Hill Times Staff      
Riding Winner Votes obtained % Votes obtained Second place
Bonavista-Burin-Trinity, Nfld. Liberal Judy M. Foote 28,645 81.8 CPC Mike Windsor
Battle River-Crowfoot, Alta. Conservative Kevin Sorenson 47,650 81 Liberal Andy Kowalski
Bow River, Alta. Conservative Martin Shields 38,631 77.4 Liberal William MacDonald Alexander
Foothills, Alta. Conservative John Barlow 46,107 75.7 Liberal Tanya MacPherson
Coast of Bays-Central-Notre Dame, Nfld. Liberal Scott Simms 26,572 74.8 CPC Kevin George O’Brien
Cape Breton-Canso, N.S. Liberal Rodger Cuzner 32,163 74.4 CPC Adam Daniel Rodgers
Red Deer-Mountain View, Alta. Conservative Earl Dreeshen 46,244 74.3 Liberal Chandra Lescia Kastern
Long Range Mountains, Nfld. Liberal Gudie Hutchings 30,897 73.9 CPC Wayne Ruth
Lakeland, Alta. Conservative Shannon Stubbs 39,398 73.6 Liberal Garry Parenteau
Sydney-Victoria, N.S. Liberal Mark Eyking 30,181 73.3 NDP Monika Dutt
Grande Prairie-Mackenzie, Alta. Conservative Chris Warkentin 38,761 73 Liberal Reagan Johnston
Yellowhead, Alta. Conservative Jim Eglinski 37,850 72.2 Liberal Ryan Maguhn
Labrador, Nfld. Liberal Yvonne Jones 8,878 71.8 NDP Edward Rudkowski
Kings-Hants, N.S. Liberal Scott Brison 33,051 70.8 CPC David Morse
Red Deer-Lacombe, Alta. Conservative Blaine Calkins 43,599 70.4 Liberal Jeff Rock
Sturgeon River-Parkland, Alta. Conservative Rona Ambrose 42,977 70.2 Liberal Travis Dueck
Souris-Moose Mountain, Sask. Conservative Robert Gordon Kitchen 26,315 70.1 NDP Vicky O’Dell
Peace River-Westlock, Alta. Conservative Arnold Viersen 34,338 69.2 NDP Cameron Alexis
Cypress Hills-Grasslands, Sask. Conservative David Anderson 25,051 69.2 Liberal Marvin Wiens
Beauséjour, N.B. Liberal Dominic LeBlanc 36,538 69 NDP Hélène Boudreau
Winnipeg North, Man. Liberal Kevin Lamoureux 23,407 68.9 CPC Harpreet Turka
Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner, Alta. Conservative Jim Hillyer 34,749 68.7 Liberal Glen Allan
Halifax West, N.S. Liberal Geoff Regan 34,263 68.6 CPC Michael McGinnis
Humber River-Black Creek, Ont. Liberal Judy Sgro 23,925 67 CPC Kerry Vandenberg
Calgary Midnapore, Alta. Conservative Jason Kenney 42,421 66.5 Liberal Haley Brown
Calgary Shepard, Alta. Conservative Tom Kmiec 43,770 65.9 Liberal Jerome James
Edmonton-Wetaskiwin, Alta. Conservative Mike Lake 44,941 65.7 Liberal Jacqueline Biollo
Cardigan, P.E.I. Liberal Lawrence MacAulay 14,621 65 CPC Julius Patkai
Saint-Léonard-Saint-Michel, Que. Liberal Nicola Di Iorio 28,835 64.7 NDP Rosannie Filato
Carlton Trail-Eagle Creek, Sask. Conservative Kelly Block 25,992 64.7 NDP Glenn Wright
Sherwood Park-Fort Sask., Alta. Conservative Garnett Genuis 42,551 63.9 Liberal Rod Frank
Calgary Heritage, Alta. Conservative Stephen J. Harper 37,283 63.8 Liberal Brendan Miles
Lac-Saint-Louis, Que. Liberal Francis Scarpaleggia 39,527 63.6 CPC Eric Girard
Cumberland-Colchester, N.S. Liberal Bill Casey 29,527 63.5 CPC Scott Armstrong
Banff-Airdrie, Alta. Conservative Blake Richards 42,227 63.4 Liberal Marlo Raynolds
West Nova, N.S. Liberal Colin Fraser 28,607 62.4 CPC Arnold LeBlanc
Malpeque, P.E.I. Liberal Wayne Easter 13,950 62.1 CPC Stephen Stewart
Etobicoke North, Ont. Liberal Kirsty Duncan 26,281 61.8 CPC Toyin Dada
Saint-Laurent, Que. Liberal Stéphane Dion 24,832 61.6 CPC Jimmy Yu
Battlefords-Lloydminster, Sask. Conservative Gerry Ritz 20,537 61 NDP Glenn Tait
Portage-Lisgar, Man. Conservative Candice Bergen 25,060 60.8 Liberal Ken Werbiski
Fort McMurray-Cold Lake, Alta. Conservative David Yurdiga 28,615 60.6 Liberal Kyle Harrietha
Calgary Signal Hill, Alta. Conservative Ron Liepert 37,859 60.6 Liberal Kerry Cundal
Calgary Rocky Ridge, Alta. Conservative Pat Kelly 38,202 60.4 Liberal Nirmala Naidoo
Ottawa South, Ont. Liberal David McGuinty 38,633 60.1 CPC Dev Balkissoon
Scarborough-Rouge Park, Ont. Liberal Gary Anandasangaree 29,906 60.1 CPC Leslyn Lewis
Scarborough-Guildwood, Ont. Liberal John McKay 25,187 60 CPC Chuck Konkel
Calgary Nose Hill, Alta. Conservative Michelle Rempel 32,760 60 Liberal Robert Prcic
Orléans, Ont. Liberal Andrew Leslie 46,542 59.8 CPC Royal Galipeau
Winnipeg South Centre, Man. Liberal Jim Carr 31,993 59.7 CPC Joyce Bateman
Yorkton-Melville, Sask. Conservative Cathay Wagantall 21,630 59.2 NDP Doug Ottenbreit
Mississauga-Malton, Ont. Liberal Navdeep Bains 25,915 59.1 CPC Jagdish Grewal
Beauce, Que. Conservative Maxime Bernier 32,911 58.8 Liberal Adam Veilleux
Vancouver Quadra, B.C. Liberal Joyce Murray 29,972 58.7 CPC Blair Lockhart
Pierrefonds-Dollard, Que. Liberal Frank Baylis 34,222 58.6 CPC Valérie Assouline
Thornhill, Ont. Conservative Peter Kent 31,911 58.6 Liberal Nancy Coldham
Saint Boniface-Saint Vital, Man. Liberal Dan Vandal 28,530 58.4 CPC François Catellier
Winnipeg South, Man. Liberal Terry Duguid 27,516 58.3 CPC Gordon Giesbrecht
Central Nova, N.S. Liberal Sean Fraser 25,922 58.2 CPC Fred DeLorey
Dartmouth-Cole Harbour, N.S. Liberal Darren Fisher 30,355 58.1 NDP Robert Chisholm
Toronto Centre, Ont. Liberal Bill Morneau 29,090 57.9 NDP Linda McQuaig
St. John’s South-Mount Pearl, Nfld. Liberal Seamus O’Regan 25,922 57.9 NDP Ryan Cleary
Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe, N.B. Liberal Ginette Petitpas Taylor 30,054 57.8 CPC Robert Goguen
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce-Westmount, Que. Liberal Marc Garneau 29,601 57.7 NDP James Hughes
Don Valley East, Ont. Liberal Yasmin Ratansi 24,157 57.7 CPC Maureen Harquail
Ottawa-Vanier, Ont. Liberal Mauril Bélanger 36,150 57.2 NDP Emilie Taman
South Shore-St. Margarets, N.S. Liberal Bernadette Jordan 29,877 56.9 CPC Richard Clark
Lethbridge, Alta. Conservative Rachael Harder 32,322 56.8 NDP Cheryl Meheden
Honoré-Mercier, Que. Liberal Pablo Rodriguez 29,363 56.6 NDP Paulina Ayala
Madawaska-Restigouche, N.B. Liberal René Arseneault 21,539 56.6 NDP Rosaire L’Italien
North Vancouver, B.C. Liberal Jonathan Wilkinson 36,358 56.6 CPC Andrew Saxton
Vancouver Centre, B.C. Liberal Hedy Fry 33,400 56.5 NDP Constance Barnes
Charlottetown, P.E.I. Liberal Sean Casey 11,910 56.3 NDP Joe Byrne
Surrey-Newton, B.C. Liberal Sukh Dhaliwal 24,869 56 NDP Jinny Sims
Ottawa West-Nepean, Ont. Liberal Anita Vandenbeld 35,212 56 CPC Abdul Abdi
Avalon, Nfld. Liberal Ken McDonald 23,583 55.9 No Affiliation Scott Andrews
Brampton West, Ont. Liberal Kamal Khera 24,256 55.9 CPC Ninder Thind
Provencher, Man. Conservative Ted Falk 25,168 55.8 Liberal Terry Hayward
Markham-Thornhill, Ont. Liberal John McCallum 23,843 55.7 CPC Jobson Easow
Ajax, Ont. Liberal Mark Holland 31,460 55.7 CPC Chris Alexander
Moose Jaw-Lake Centre-Lanigan, Sask. Conservative Tom Lukiwski 23,273 55.5 NDP Dustan Hlady
Kingston and the Islands, Ont. Liberal Mark Gerretsen 36,421 55.4 CPC Andy Brooke
Toronto-St. Paul’s, Ont. Liberal Carolyn Bennett 31,482 55.2 CPC Marnie MacDougall
Regina-Wascana, Sask. Liberal Ralph Goodale 23,562 55.2 CPC Michael Kram
Mississauga Centre, Ont. Liberal Omar Alghabra 28,735 55.1 CPC Julius Tiangson
West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country, B.C. Liberal Pam Goldsmith-Jones 35,818 54.7 CPC John Weston
Pontiac, Que. Liberal William Amos 34,154 54.5 NDP Mathieu Ravignat
Spadina-Fort York, Ont. Liberal Adam Vaughan 29,814 54.5 NDP Olivia Chow
Winnipeg Centre, Man. Liberal Robert-Falcon Ouellette 18,471 54.5 NDP Pat Martin
Saanich-Gulf Islands, B.C. Green Elizabeth May 37,076 54.3 CPC Robert Boyd
Mississauga East-Cooksville, Ont. Liberal Peter Fonseca 28,105 54.2 CPC Wladyslaw Lizon
Bourassa, Que. Liberal Emmanuel Dubourg 22,234 54.1 Bloc Québécois Gilles Léveillé
Gatineau, Que. Liberal Steven MacKinnon 31,109 53.9 NDP Françoise Boivin
Etobicoke-Lakeshore, Ont. Liberal James Maloney 34,641 53.7 CPC Bernard Trottier
Yukon, B.C. Liberal Larry Bagnell 10,715 53.6 CPC Ryan Leef
Don Valley West, Ont. Liberal Rob Oliphant 27,410 53.6 CPC John Carmichael
Glengarry-Prescott-Russell, Ont. Liberal Francis Drouin 34,205 53.4 CPC Pierre Lemieux
Willowdale, Ont. Liberal Ali Ehsassi 24,431 53.2 CPC Chungsen Leung
Dorval-Lachine-LaSalle, Que. Liberal Anju Dhillon 29,940 53.1 NDP Isabelle Morin
Etobicoke Centre, Ont. Liberal Borys Wrzesnewskyj 32,712 52.8 CPC Ted Opitz
Prince George-Peace River-Northern Rockies, B.C. Conservative Bob Zimmer 27,236 52.6 Liberal Matt Shaw
Scarborough Southwest, Ont. Liberal Bill Blair 25,585 52.5 NDP Dan Harris
Nepean, Ont. Liberal Chandra Arya 34,017 52.4 CPC Andy Wang
Brampton East, Ont. Liberal Raj Grewal 23,652 52.3 CPC Naval Bajaj
Brampton South, Ont. Liberal Sonia Sidhu 23,681 52.1 CPC Kyle Seeback
Selkirk-Interlake-Eastman, Man. Conservative James Bezan 25,617 51.9 Liberal Joanne Levy
Scarborough-Agincourt, Ont. Liberal Arnold Chan 21,597 51.9 CPC Bin Chang
Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley, Man. Liberal Doug Eyolfson 24,531 51.9 CPC Steven Fletcher
Papineau, Que. Liberal Justin Trudeau 26,294 51.8 NDP Anne Lagacé Dowson
Nipissing-Timiskaming, Ont. Liberal Anthony Rota 25,281 51.7 CPC Jay Aspin
Hull-Aylmer, Que. Liberal Greg Fergus 28,515 51.5 NDP Nycole Turmel
Don Valley North, Ont. Liberal Geng Tan 23,494 51.4 CPC Joe Daniel
Kanata-Carleton, Ont. Liberal Karen McCrimmon 32,471 51.3 CPC Walter Pamic
Skeena-Bulkley Valley, B.C. NDP Nathan Cullen 22,303 51.2 CPC Tyler Nesbitt
Windsor West, Ont. NDP Brian Masse 23,990 51.1 Liberal Dave Sundin
Halifax, N.S. Liberal Andy Fillmore 26,746 51.1 NDP Megan Leslie
Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry, Ont. Conservative Guy Lauzon 27,041 51 Liberal Bernadette Clement
Bellechasse-Les Etchemins-Lévis, Que. Conservative Steven Blaney 31,912 50.8 Liberal Jacques Turgeon
Ville-Marie-Le Sud-Ouest-Île-des-Soeurs, Que. Liberal Marc Miller 25,679 50.8 NDP Allison Turner
Wellington-Halton Hills, Ont. Conservative Michael Chong 32,367 50.8 Liberal Don Trant
Acadie-Bathurst, N.B. Liberal Serge Cormier 25,840 50.7 NDP Jason Godin
Bay of Quinte, Ont. Liberal Neil Ellis 29,366 50.6 CPC Jodie Jenkins
Louis-Saint-Laurent, Que. Conservative Gérard Deltell 32,561 50.5 Liberal Youri Rousseau
London North Centre, Ont. Liberal Peter Fragiskatos 32,421 50.5 CPC Susan Truppe
Scarborough Centre, Ont. Liberal Salma Zahid 22,753 50.5 CPC Roxanne James
Mount Royal, Que. Liberal Anthony Housefather 24,317 50.4 CPC Robert Libman
Brossard-Saint-Lambert, Que. Liberal Alexandra Mendès 28,819 50.3 NDP Hoang Mai
Pickering-Uxbridge, Ont. Liberal Jennifer O’Connell 29,110 50.3 CPC Corneliu Chisu
Lévis-Lotbinière, Que. Conservative Jacques Gourde 31,308 50.2 Liberal Claude Boucher
Lambton-Kent-Middlesex, Ont. Conservative Bev Shipley 28,280 50.2 Liberal Ken Filson
Brandon-Souris, Man. Conservative Larry Maguire 20,667 50.2 Liberal Jodi Wyman
York-Simcoe, Ont. Conservative Peter Van Loan 24,058 50.2 Liberal Shaun Tanaka
Vancouver East, B.C. NDP Jenny Kwan 29,313 50 Liberal Edward Wong

The 23 ridings won by 50 per cent or more of the vote, Election 2015

Riding Winner Votes obtained % won by Second place
Bonavista-Burin-Trinity, Nfld. Liberal Judy M. Foote 28,645 71.7 CPC Mike Windsor
Battle River-Crowfoot, Alta. Conservative Kevin Sorenson 47,650 71.7 Liberal Andy Kowalski
Bow River, Alta. Conservative Martin Shields 38,631 63.7 Liberal William MacDonald Alexander
Foothills, Alta. Conservative John Barlow 46,107 62.3 Liberal Tanya MacPherson
Long Range Mountains, Nfld. Liberal Gudie Hutchings 30,897 61.7 CPC Wayne Ruth
Red Deer-Mountain View, Alta. Conservative Earl Dreeshen 46,244 60.9 Liberal Chandra Lescia Kastern
Sydney-Victoria, N.S. Liberal Mark Eyking 30,181 60.3 NDP Monika Dutt
Cape Breton-Canso, N.S. Liberal Rodger Cuzner 32,163 60 CPC Adam Daniel Rodgers
Lakeland, Alta. Conservative Shannon Stubbs 39,398 59.9 Liberal Garry Parenteau
Grande Prairie-Mackenzie, Alta. Conservative Chris Warkentin 38,761 58.4 Liberal Reagan Johnston
Yellowhead, Alta. Conservative Jim Eglinski 37,850 58 Liberal Ryan Maguhn
Labrador, Nfld. Liberal Yvonne Jones 8,878 57.4 NDP Edward Rudkowski
Coast of Bays-Central-Notre Dame, Nfld. Liberal Scott Simms 26,572 56.5 CPC Kevin George O’Brien
Souris-Moose Mountain, Sask. Conservative Robert Gordon Kitchen 26,315 56.4 NDP Vicky O’Dell
Red Deer-Lacombe, Alta. Conservative Blaine Calkins 43,599 55 Liberal Jeff Rock
Peace River-Westlock, Alta. Conservative Arnold Viersen 34,338 54.8 NDP Cameron Alexis
Sturgeon River-Parkland, Alta. Conservative Rona Ambrose 42,977 54.6 Liberal Travis Dueck
Cypress Hills-Grasslands, Sask. Conservative David Anderson 25,051 54.3 Liberal Marvin Wiens
Beauséjour, N.B. Liberal Dominic LeBlanc 36,538 53.9 NDP Hélène Boudreau
Winnipeg North, Man. Liberal Kevin Lamoureux 23,407 53.6 CPC Harpreet Turka
Halifax West, N.S. Liberal Geoff Regan 34,263 52.9 CPC Michael McGinnis
Kings-Hants, N.S. Liberal Scott Brison 33,051 52.2 CPC David Morse
Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner, Alta. Conservative Jim Hillyer 34,749 50.7 Liberal Glen Allan

—Source: Elections Canada preliminary results

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