214 seats in the House of Commons
108 seats needed for a majority
The Canadian parliament after the 1904 election
The 1904 Canadian federal election was held on November 3 to elect members of the House of Commons of Canada of the 10th Parliament of Canada. Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier led the Liberal Party of Canada to a third term in government, with an increased majority, and over half of the popular vote.
Sir Robert Borden's Conservatives and Liberal-Conservatives were unable to challenge the Liberals effectively, and lost a small portion of their popular vote, along with four seats, including his own. Borden re-entered parliament the next year in a by-election.
This was the last election until 1949 in which parts of the Northwest Territories were granted representation. Most of the settled regions of the NWT entered Confederation as the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan on 1 September 1905, although its MP's continued to sit as representatives of the old ridings until the 10th Parliament's dissolution.
|Party||Party leader||# of
|Sources: http://www.elections.ca -- History of Federal Ridings since 1867|
* Party did not nominate candidates in the previous election.
Results by province
|Popular Vote (%):||49.5||58.4||49.7||47.5||55.1||51.0||52.9||49.1||41.4||50.9|
|Parties that won no seats:|
|Independent Liberal||Vote (%):||xx||0.2||0.1||xx|
xx - indicates less than 0.05% of the popular vote.
Vote and seat summaries
- List of Canadian federal general elections
- List of political parties in Canada
- 10th Canadian Parliament
- "Voter Turnout at Federal Elections and Referendums". Elections Canada. Retrieved 10 March 2019.
- Hopkins, J. Castell (1905). The Canadian Annual Review of Public Affairs, 1904. Toronto: The Annual Review Publishing Company.