The election was held on October 21, 2019.

All but two of Montreal’s 18 federal ridings returned a Liberal. The only exceptions were the Bloc’s Mario Beaulieu, re-elected in La Pointe-de-l’Île, and Alexandre Boulerice of the NDP, re-elected in Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie.

Ahuntsic-Cartierville: Mélanie Joly, Liberal, incumbent, won again with 52.45% of the votes. She is Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Bourassa: Emmanuel Dubourg, Liberal, won again with 57.6% of the vote. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Dorval-Lachine-LaSalle: Anju Dhillon, Liberal, won again with 52.9% of the votes, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Hochelaga: Won by new candidate called Soraya Martinez Ferrada, Liberal, who won the riding from the NDP. She had been a Vision Montreal councillor for St-Michel from 2005 to 2009. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Honoré-Mercier: Pablo Rodríguez, Liberal, retook this riding with 58.66% of the vote. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament. Rodríguez had been Minister for Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism before the election; he is now Government House Leader.

La Pointe-de-l’Île: Won in 2015 by Mario Beaulieu of the Bloc, in a fairly tight race with the Liberal and NDP candidates, Beaulieu retook the riding in 2019 with 46.8% of the votes. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Lac Saint-Louis: Liberal Francis Scarpaleggia has held this West Island riding firmly since 2004. He was re-elected in 2019 with 58.16% of the votes. Scarpaleggia’s last noted big political job: he chaired the Special Committee on Electoral Reform which, as we know, went nowhere. Scarpaleggia has been criticized for having declined to support gay marriage. Twitter, Facebook, second Facebook, Open Parliament.

LaSalle-Émard-Verdun: Liberal David Lametti was re-elected with 43.5% of the votes. He was chosen as Minister of Justice and Attorney General in the January 2019 cabinet shuffle and resumed that job after the election. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Laurier Sainte-Marie: When Steven Guilbeault won this riding with 41.77% of the vote, well ahead of the NDP and the Bloc, he seemed like a natural choice for environment minister. Instead he was made Minister of Canadian Heritage. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Mount Royal: Anthony Housefather, Liberal, retook this riding with 56.29% of the votes. Facebook, Open Parliament.

NDG-Westmount: Marc Garneau, Liberal, retook this seat with 56.28% of the votes. He was Minister of Transport before the election and has resumed the job since. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Outremont: Rachel Bendayan, who won this riding for the Liberals in an early 2019 byelection, won it again in October with 40.4% of the votes, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Papineau: Justin Trudeau’s own riding. He won it again in 2019 with 51.1% of the votes. Trudeau is Prime Minister and son of a Prime Minister; Wikipedia says he’s the only Canadian PM related to a previous one. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Pierrefonds-Dollard: Newcomer Sameer Zuberi, Liberal, won with 56.43% of the votes. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie: Sole remnant in Montreal of the 2011 Orange Wave, Alexandre Boulerice held this riding for the NDP with 42.48% of the votes. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Saint-Laurent: Emmanuella Lambropoulos, who won this riding in a 2017 byelection, won it again handily in 2019 with 58.6% of the votes. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel: You can’t get more Liberal than this riding, which elected Patricia Lattanzio with a resounding 61.3% of the votes despite various contretemps by earlier Liberal MPs. Lattanzio had been a city councillor and school board rep before trading up. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Ville-Marie–Le Sud-Ouest–Île-des-Sœurs: Marc Miller won again in 2019 with 53.47% of the votes and was made Minister of Indigenous Services. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.