Harris, Goodale, Bernier and Raitt headline list of notable election winners and losers
Here's a look at some of the notable politicians who were elected, re-elected or lost tonight
Justin Trudeau is still prime minister and Andrew Scheer is still leader of the Opposition.
But the Liberals have been reduced to a minority government, and the Conservatives have increased their seat total along with coming out ahead in the popular vote.
The Bloc Quebecois is back — with official party status. The Greens' caucus now stands at three, and the NDP, despite losing 16 seats from its 2015 totals, finds itself in a position of some influence given the Liberal's minority position.
Here's a look at some of the notable politicians elected or re-elected tonight, and some significant players who have gone down to defeat, according to CBC projections.
- Jenica Atwin helped the Greens make their first federal breakthrough in the Maritimes, with a projected win in Fredericton.
- Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet will have a seat in the House of Commons, securing Beloeil-Chambly.
- NDP Jack Harris retook the riding of St. John's East, beating incumbent Liberal Nick Whalen. Harris lost to Whalen in 2015.
- Jody Wilson-Raybould, the former Liberal cabinet minister at the centre of Justin Trudeau's SNC-Lavalin scandal, won her riding of Vancouver Granville as an Independent.
- High-profile Liberal Islanders Lawrence MacAulay and Wayne Easter retained their seats, helping to keep all of Prince Edward Island red.
- Conservative Rob Moore has helped make inroads in New Brunswick, taking back the riding of Fundy Royal.
- After a close race, Liberal Wayne Long, who went against his own party at times, was re-elected in Saint John-Rothesay.
- Steven Guilbeault, Trudeau's star environmental candidate won in Laurier–Saint-Marie.
- The Trudeau cabinet, all of whom were re-elected except Ralph Goodale and Amarjeet Sohi (see below).
Watch: Jenica Atwin elected for Greens in Fredericton, N.B.
- Ralph Goodale, one of Trudeau's key ministers and often the stable hand when the government needed it, was defeated in Regina-Wascana after more than four decades in politics.
- The Conservatives' deputy leader, Lisa Raitt, lost to Liberal Adam van Koeverden in Milton.
- People's Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier lost his own seat in Beauce. Conservative Richard Lehoux took the Quebec riding.
- Jane Philpott, the former health and indigenous services minister who quit cabinet in solidarity with Jody Wilson-Raybould and was then expelled from the Liberal caucus, was defeated in Markham-Stouffville.
- Liberal cabinet minister Amarjeet Sohi won't be returning to Ottawa; the riding of Edmonton Mill Woods is going to Conservative Tim Uppal.
- Liberal Randy Boissonnault has lost in Edmonton Centre.
- The NDP lost a number of incumbents in Quebec: NDP Matthew Dubé, the party's public safety critic, is projected to lose Beloeil-Chambly to Blanchet, while Guy Caron, who took the reins in the House of Commons until leader Jagmeet Singh won his own seat, lost Rimouski-Neigette-Témiscouata-Les Basques, also to the Bloc.
- Country singer George Canyon had star power but couldn't flip Central Nova blue. Liberal Sean Fraser is projected to return to the House of Commons.
- Former Ontario Liberal cabinet minister Sandra Pupatello failed to unseat NDP incumbent Brian Masse in Windsor West.
Watch: PPC Leader Maxime Bernier speaks after defeat in his riding of Beauce
Watch: 'Political cycles come and go,' defeated Ralph Goodale says
Watch: Conservative MP Lisa Raitt concedes defeat in Milton, Ont.