All but one of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s (Papineau, Que.) cabinet of 37 are vying for re-election. Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna, who has represented Ottawa Centre, Ont., since 2015 is stepping away after winning the riding by a healthy 19.7 per cent margin in 2019. All the other members of Mr. Trudeau’s cabinet were incumbents in 2019, save for Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault, who took Laurier-Sainte-Marie, Que. from the NDP. Sixteen ministers—nearly half of the cabinet—are from Ontario. Quebec has 11 ministers, British Columbia has four, Manitoba has two, and New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and P.E.I. each have one. At least four ministers have tight races ahead of them if 2019 offers any indication: National Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier (Gaspésie-Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Que.) and Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos (Québec, Que.) both won their Quebec ridings by a few hundred votes, while Seniors Minister Deb Schulte (King-Vaughan, Ont.) and Women and Gender Equality Minister Maryam Monsef (Peterborough-Kawartha, Ont.) took their Ontario seats by less than five per cent margins. Search the list below to see how the rest of the cabinet did in the last election.