By-elections to the 26th Canadian Parliament
By-elections to the 26th Canadian Parliament were held to fill vacancies in the House of Commons of Canada between the 1963 federal election and the 1965 federal election. The Liberal Party of Canada led a minority government for the entirety of the 26th Canadian Parliament, with no change from by-elections.
Six vacant seats were filled through by-elections.
|Westmorland||November 9, 1964||Sherwood Rideout||Liberal||Margaret Rideout||Liberal||Death||Yes|
|Waterloo South||November 9, 1964||Gordon Chaplin||Progressive Conservative||Max Saltsman||New Democratic Party||Death||No|
|Nipissing||June 22, 1964||Jack Garland||Liberal||Carl Legault||Liberal||Death||Yes|
|Saskatoon||June 22, 1964||Henry Frank Jones||Progressive Conservative||Eloise Jones||Progressive Conservative||Death||Yes|
|Laurier||February 10, 1964||Lionel Chevrier||Liberal||Fernand-E. Leblanc||Liberal||Resignation||Yes|
|Saint-Denis||February 10, 1964||Azellus Denis||Liberal||Marcel Prud'Homme||Liberal||Resignation||Yes|