Updated January 25, 2024

Just as in the October 2019 federal general election, all but two of Montreal’s 18 federal ridings returned a Liberal in September 2021, and the riding map is unchanged. The exceptions are still 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, and the only NDP MP remaining in Quebec since the 2011 Orange Wave.

A cabinet shuffle in late July 2023 changed some of the roles held by Montreal MPs.

Ahuntsic-Cartierville: Mélanie Joly, Liberal, incumbent, won handily again in 2021. She was Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages before the 2021 election. In October 2021 Joly was made Minister of Foreign Affairs. Joly kept this role during the July 2023 cabinet shuffle. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Bourassa: Emmanuel Dubourg, Liberal, won overwhelmingly in 2021. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Dorval-Lachine-LaSalle: Anju Dhillon, Liberal, won sweepingly in 2021. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Hochelaga: Soraya Martinez Ferrada won the riding with 17,130 votes to the Bloc’s Simon Marchand with 14,265. She was made minister of tourism and minister responsible for the Economic Development Agency of Canada for Quebec Regions in the July 2023 cabinet shuffle. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Honoré-Mercier: Pablo Rodríguez won this one crushingly in 2021. Rodríguez was Government House Leader before the election. In October 2021 he was made Minister of Canadian Heritage and Quebec lieutenant. In July 2023 he became transport minister but remains Quebec lieutenant. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

La Pointe-de-l’Île: The Bloc’s Mario Beaulieu took this one handily with a 7000-vote lead over the Liberal candidate. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Lac Saint-Louis: Liberal Francis Scarpaleggia has held this West Island riding firmly since 2004. In 2021 he left the second-place candidate, a Conservative, in the dust. Twitter, Facebook, second Facebook, Open Parliament.

LaSalle-Émard-Verdun: Liberal David Lametti won this one easily in 2021. He was chosen as Minister of Justice and Attorney General in the January 2019 cabinet shuffle, resumed that job after the October 2019 election, and walked back into the same office in the October 2021 cabinet. As of July 2023 he is no longer in cabinet. Lametti resigned as MP on January 24, 2024, effective at the end of the month. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Laurier Sainte-Marie: Steven Guilbeault faced off the NDP’s Nimâ Machouf here in 2021, 15,925 votes to 14,020. Before the election he was Minister of Canadian Heritage; in October 2021 he was finally made Minister of Environment and Climate Change as expected. He has kept that role in the July 2023 cabinet shuffle. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Mount Royal: Anthony Housefather, Liberal, crushed weatherman Frank Cavallaro, running for the Conservatives, in 2021. Facebook, Open Parliament.

NDG-Westmount: Anna Gainey, Liberal, won the June 2023 byelection sparked by Marc Garneau’s resignation from politics in March. Twitter, Instagram.

Outremont: Rachel Bendayan almost doubled the take of the NDP’s Ève Péclet in 2021. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Papineau: Justin Trudeau’s own riding. He won 21,872 of the votes against the second-runner Christine Paré with 10,021, a respectable showing by the NDP here. 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: Sameer Zuberi won this one handily in 2021. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie: Sole remnant in Montreal of the 2011 Orange Wave, Alexandre Boulerice collected more than double the Liberal second-runner’s votes. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Saint-Laurent: Emmanuella Lambropoulos rose above her gaffe about French not being endangered in Quebec to take 21,238 votes to the runner-up Conservative candidate with 6,631. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel: You can’t get more Liberal than this riding. Patricia Lattanzio’s take of 28,641 votes leaves everyone else in the dust with less than 5000 each. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.

Ville-Marie–Le Sud-Ouest–Île-des-Sœurs: Marc Miller took this one handily. He was Minister of Indigenous Services before the election, and in October 2021 was named Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations. In the July 2023 cabinet shuffle he was made minister for immigration, refugees and citizenship. Twitter, Facebook, Open Parliament.