List of House members of the 39th Parliament of Canada
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- Bold text denotes cabinet ministers (two cabinet members, Senator Michael Fortier and Senator Marjory LeBreton are not members of the House).
- Italic text denotes party leaders
Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
- ^c Elected as a Conservative.
- ^d Member since December 7, 2006 (elected on November 27 by-election).
- ^e Elected as a Liberal.
- ^f Elected as a Liberal.
- ^g Party leader until December 2, 2006.
- ^h Elected in a March 17, 2008 by-election.
- ^i Cabinet minister until November 27, 2006.
- ^j Elected in a March 17, 2008 by-election.
- ^k Cabinet minister since November 27, 2006.
- ^l Elected in a March 17, 2008 by-election.
- ^m Elected as a Liberal.
- ^n Elected in a March 17, 2008 by-election.
- ^o Elected as a Liberal; on August 30, 2008, Wilson declared that he would sit as Canada's first Green Member of Parliament.
|Dennis Bevington||New Democrat||Western Arctic (Northwest Territories)|
Changes since election
|Changes to party standings during the 39th Parliament of Canada
Changes in membership
|January 23, 2006||See List of Members||Election day of the 39th Canadian federal election|
|February 6, 2006||David Emerson||Vancouver Kingsway||Conservative||Appointed to cabinet, crossed the floor from the Liberals|
|August 28, 2006||Benoît Sauvageau||Repentigny||Bloc Québécois||Died in a car accident|
|September 20, 2006||Joe Fontana||London North Centre||Liberal||Vacated seat to run for Mayor of London, Ontario|
|October 18, 2006||Garth Turner||Halton||Independent||Removed from the Conservative caucus on after being accused of breaking caucus confidentiality.|
|November 27, 2006||Raymond Gravel||Repentigny||Bloc Québécois||Elected in a by-election|
|November 27, 2006||Glen Pearson||London North Centre||Liberal||Elected in a by-election|
|January 5, 2007||Wajid Khan||Mississauga—Streetsville||Conservative||Crossed the floor from the Liberals|
|January 28, 2007||Jean Lapierre||Outremont||Liberal||Vacated seat to pursue television career|
|February 6, 2007||Garth Turner||Halton||Liberal||Joined the Liberal caucus |
|February 21, 2007||Yvan Loubier||Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot||Bloc Québécois||Vacated seat to run in the 2007 Quebec general election|
|March 21, 2007||Joe Comuzzi||Thunder Bay—Superior North||Independent||Removed from the Liberal caucus on due to his intention to vote for the 2007 budget.|
|April 12, 2007||Louise Thibault||Rimouski-Neigette—Témiscouata—Les Basques||Independent||Left the Bloc Québécois caucus |
|June 5, 2007||Bill Casey||Cumberland—Colchester—Musquodoboit Valley||Independent||Expelled from the Conservative caucus for voting against his party's budget.|
|June 26, 2007||Joe Comuzzi||Thunder Bay—Superior North||Conservative||Joined the Conservative caucus.[permanent dead link]|
|July 2, 2007||Bill Graham||Toronto Centre||Liberal||Vacated seat|
|July 12, 2007||Jim Peterson||Willowdale||Liberal||Vacated seat|
|July 27, 2007||Stephen Owen||Vancouver Quadra||Liberal||Vacated seat|
|July 29, 2007||Michel Gauthier||Roberval—Lac-Saint-Jean||Bloc Québécois||Vacated seat|
|August 31, 2007||Gary Merasty||Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River||Liberal||Vacated seat|
|September 17, 2007||Denis Lebel||Roberval—Lac-Saint-Jean||Conservative||Elected in a by-election|
|September 17, 2007||Thomas Mulcair||Outremont||NDP||Elected in a by-election|
|September 17, 2007||Ève-Mary Thaï Thi Lac||Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot||Bloc Québécois||Elected in a by-election|
|October 28, 2007||Blair Wilson||West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast—Sea to Sky Country||Liberal without caucus||Removed from the Liberal caucus, still identified as a Liberal|
|November 23, 2007||Wajid Khan||Mississauga—Streetsville||Independent||Left the Conservative caucus to sit as an independent|
|January 25, 2008||Lucienne Robillard||Westmount—Ville-Marie||Liberal||Vacated seat|
|January 29, 2008||Blair Wilson||West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast—Sea to Sky Country||Independent||Officially became an Independent|
|February 4, 2008||Wajid Khan||Mississauga—Streetsville||Conservative||Returned to the Conservative caucus.|
|March 13, 2008||Maka Kotto||Saint-Lambert||Bloc Québécois||Vacated seat to run in a provincial by-election|
|March 17, 2008||Rob Clarke||Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River||Conservative||Elected in a by-election|
|March 17, 2008||Joyce Murray||Vancouver Quadra||Liberal||Elected in a by-election|
|March 17, 2008||Martha Hall Findlay||Willowdale||Liberal||Elected in a by-election|
|March 17, 2008||Bob Rae||Toronto Centre||Liberal||Elected in a by-election|
|April 7, 2008||Brenda Chamberlain||Guelph||Liberal||Vacated seat|
|August 1, 2008||John Godfrey||Don Valley West||Liberal||Vacated seat|
|August 30, 2008||Blair Wilson||West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast—Sea to Sky Country||Green||Founded Green caucus.|
- "Party Standings in the House of Commons". Parliament of Canada. August 30, 2008. Retrieved April 4, 2011.
- Government of Canada. "39th Parliament". Members of the House of Commons: 1867 to Date: By Parliament. Library of Parliament. Archived from the original on 2006-12-19. Retrieved 2006-11-30. Cite uses deprecated parameter
- Government of Canada. "The Canadian Ministry in order of precedence (Current)". Canadian Ministry (Cabinet). Library of Parliament. Retrieved 2006-12-01.
- Government of Canada. "The Canadian Ministry in order of precedence (September 2001 to date)". Canadian Ministry (Cabinet). Library of Parliament. Retrieved 2006-12-01.