Politics

Find your new riding: Search our interactive map

Federal riding boundaries have changed since the last election. Input your postal code or zoom in on our interactive map to find out who your local candidates are for the Oct. 19 federal election.

Input your postal code in our search tool to find your local candidates

30 new seats in the House of Commons will be contested. That brings the total to 338. Find your riding using our interactive search tool. (CBC)

There will be 338 ridings contested in the next federal election — that's 30 more than last time.

Electoral redistribution added seats in B.C., Alberta, Ontario and Quebec, but it also redrew the boundaries of many ridings across Canada. Many of the riding names have been changed, too.

The result?

You may live in a completely different riding than last time. And with a record number of Members of Parliament retiring, there's a good chance there is no incumbent running where you live.

Use our search tool to help make sense of it all

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