The 2020 Canadian Federal Election was held on September 20th, 2020 to elect the 44th Canadian Parliament.
The election resulted in a NDP government led by Nathan Cullen of BC. With almost 63% of the seats in the House, it was one of the largest wins in Canadian history.
This election is also noteworthy for marking the first showings on The Grey Party and the Rural Party.
|Party||Leader||Leader's Seat||Seats Before||Seats Won||Seats +/-||Percent||Vote||Percent +/-|
|New Democratic Party||Nathan Cullen||Skeena-Bulkley Valley (BC)||106||212||+106||46.4%||7,962,891||+19.1%|
|Conservative Party of Canada||Jason Kenney||Calgary-Midnapore (AB)||186||81||-105||21.5%||3,689,701||-22.2%|
|Liberal Party of Canada||Dominic LeBlanc||Beausjour (NB)||43||45||+2||18.9%||3,243,505||-0.7%|
|Green Party of Canada||Larry Ashmore||Macleod (AB) (Lost election)||2||0||-2||4.1%||703,617||-1.2%|
(Note: The NDP refused to participate in this election, citing their support for the Senate's abolishing. A large number of NDP-affiliated candidates ran as independents and received significant amounts of the vote.)
|Province||Conservatives||Liberals||Greens||Bloc||Rural Party||Grey Party||Independents|
Since the governing party did not hold any seats in the Senate, there was no government or official opposition benches. After the 2021 senate reforms, the senate became pretty much powerless anyway.