Almost two dozen former MPs are running again this election. From top left: Liberal candidates Randy Boissonault and John Aldag; NDP candidates Ruth Ellen Brosseau, Tracey Ramsey, and Wayne Stetski; Liberal candidate Doug Eyolfson, and Conservative candidates Costas Menegakis and Alupa Clarke. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia, Andrew Meade, Jake Wright; courtesy of Twitter, Facebook
At least 22 former MPs are running to win back their seats this election, including nine Liberals, eight NDP candidates, three Conservatives, and two People’s Party of Canada candidates.
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