A complete list of all 15 rural Alberta Members of Parliament

Oct 22 2019, 12:15 pm

The votes are in, the numbers have been counted, and the Liberal Party of Canada will again form the next federal government, albeit with a minority this time.

Under the leadership of Justin Trudeau, the party was elected on Monday night, with 156 seats out of possible 338 across the country.

Not one of those seats was claimed in Alberta, however, where the Liberals lost the four-seat foothold they’d found in 2015.

Here’s how the votes broke down across the ridings in Alberta, excluding Calgary and Edmonton.

Banff – Airdrie
Blake Richards – Conservative (incumbent)

Battle River – Crowfoot
Damien Kurek – Conservative

Bow River
Martin Shields – Conservative (incumbent)

Foothills
John Barlow – Conservative (incumbent)

Fort McMurray – Cold Lake
David Yurdiga – Conservative (incumbent)

Grande Prairie – Mackenzie
Chris Warkentin – Conservative (incumbent)

Lakeland
Shannon Stubbs – Conservative (incumbent)

Lethbridge
Rachael Harder – Conservative (incumbent)

Medicine Hat – Cardston – Warner
Glen Motz – Conservative

Peace River – Westlock
Arnold Viersen – Conservative (incumbent)

Red Deer – Lacombe
Blaine Calkins – Conservative (incumbent)

Red Deer – Mountain View
Earl Dreeshen – Conservative (incumbent)

Yellowhead
Gerald Soroka – Conservative

Sherwood Park – Fort Saskatchewan
Garnett Genuis – Conservative (incumbent)

Sturgeon River – Park Land
Dane Lloyd – Conservative