Riding boundary changes could pit some MPs from same parties in nomination races, say politicos
Some incumbent MPs might not be able to represent their ridings in the next election because of the redistribution process, says Liberal MP Judy Sgro.
Expanding: The ongoing redistribution of electoral boundaries process, that will add four new seats to the House, is expected to conclude in April 2024. This means if the next election is called after after the new boundaries in place, there will be 342 ridings up for grabs, as opposed to 338 now. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade