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Quebec loses one seat in 2024 House of Commons; Alberta gains three

The updates to the number of seats are based on population estimates across the country from Statistics Canada.

The House of Commons will be updating the number of seats in Parliament in 2024 from 338 to 342, with Quebec losing one seat, Alberta gaining three and Ontario and B.C. gaining one each. Updates to the number of seats, which occur every 10 years, are based on population estimates across the country from Statistics Canada.

The updated number of seats in the House of Commons for 2024 will be follows:

  • British Columbia 43
  • Alberta, 37
  • Saskatchewan 14
  • Manitoba 14
  • Ontario 122
  • Quebec 77
  • New Brunswick 10
  • Nova Scotia 11
  • Prince Edward Island 4
  • Newfoundland and Labrador 7
  • Yukon 1
  • The Northwest Territories 1
  • Nunavut 1

For more on the announcement, please read the full statement by Elections Canada.

Quebec loses one seat in 2024 House of Commons; Alberta gains three

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