New Democratic Party candidates in the 2004 Canadian federal election

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The New Democratic Party ran a full slate of candidates in the 2004 federal election and elected nineteen members to become the fourth largest party in parliament.

Newfoundland and Labrador[edit]

Prince Edward Island[edit]

Nova Scotia[edit]

New Brunswick[edit]

Quebec[edit]

Riding Candidate's Name Notes Gender Residence Occupation Votes % Rank
Abitibi—Témiscamingue Dennis Shushack M Industrial Mechanic[1] 1,472 3.39 4th
Ahuntsic Annick Bergeron F Lawyer[2] 3,013 6.21 3rd
Alfred-Pellan Benjamin Le Bel M Community Development Officer[3] 1,849 3.47 4th
Argenteuil—Mirabel Elizabeth Clark Clark had previously run for the NDP in Rimouski—Mitis in the 1997 Canadian federal election and in Beauharnois—Salaberry in 2000. F Research Ethics Officer[4] 1,493 3.04 5th
Beauce Philippe Giguère M Student[5] 1,443 3.05 4th
Beauharnois—Salaberry Ligy Alakkattussery 1,018 1.93 5th
Beauport Xavier Trégan M Research Assistant[6] 1,896 4.09 4th
Berthier—Maskinongé Denis McKinnon M CDC Coordinator[7] 1,653 3.36 4th
Bourassa Stefano Saykaly M Doctor[8] 1,661 3.97 4th
Brome—Missisquoi Piper Huggins Huggins had previously run for the NDP in Saint-Laurent—Cartierville in the 2000 election. She was later president of the NDP's Quebec section from 2006 to 2008.[9] She served on the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough council from 2009 to 2013; originally with Projet Montréal, she left the party in September 2013 to join the rival Coalition Montréal.[10] F Business Person[11] 1,177 2.66 5th
Brossard—La Prairie Nadia Alexan F Professor (Retired)[12] 2,321 4.41 4th
Chambly—Borduas Daniel Blouin F Computer Specialist[13] 2,681 4.80 4th
Charlesbourg François Villeneuve M Student[14] 1,623 3.51 4th
Charlevoix—Montmorency Steeve Hudon M Student[15] 1,055 2.52 5th
Châteauguay—Saint-Constant Mélanie Archambault F Student[16] 1,704 3.33 5th
Chicoutimi—Le Fjord Éric Dubois M Community Organizer[17] 1,699 3.73 4th
Compton—Stanstead Martin Baller M Radio Host (Self-Employed)[18] 1,451 3.31 5th
Drummond Blake Evans M Student[19] 745 2.19 5th
Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine Philip Toone MP for Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine from 2011 to 2015. M Student[20] 805 2.09 5th
Gatineau Dominique Vaillancourt F Translator[21] 2,610 5.72 4th
Hochelaga David Gagnon M Development Animation Agent[22] 2,510 5.49 3rd
Honoré-Mercier (electoral district) François Pilon MP for Laval—Les Îles from 2011 to 2015. M Municipal Employee[23] 1,973 4.09 4th
Hull-Aylmer Pierre Laliberté Laliberté has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Massachusetts, worked for five years as an economist with the Canadian Labour Congress, and has also worked with the United Steel Workers of America, the Fédération des travailleurs et travailleuses du Québec, and the International Labour Office. He was appointed to the Canada Employment Insurance Commission in October 2016.[24] He also ran for the NDP in Hull-Aylmer in 2006. M Economist[25] 5,709 11.87 3rd
Jeanne-Le Ber Anthony Philbin M Consultant[26] 3,160 6.92 3rd
Joliette Jacques Trudeau M Retired[27] 1,755 3.63 4th
Jonquière—Alma François Picard M Student[28] 1,561 3.40 4th
La Pointe-de-l'Île André Langevin M Political Scientist[29] 1,751 3.79 4th
Lac-Saint-Louis Daniel Quinn M Student[30] 3,789 7.54 4th
LaSalle—Émard Rebecca Blaikie F Education Coordinator[31] 1,995 4.37 4th
Laurentides—Labelle Brendan Naef M Student[32] 1,320 2.69 5th
Laurier François Grégoire M Professor[33] 5,779 12.08 3rd
Laval Alain Giguère MP for Marc-Aurèle-Fortin from 2011 to 2015. M Lawyer[34] 1,998 4.10 4th
Laval—Les Îles Paul Michaud M Chemist[35] 2,202 4.39 4th
Lévis—Bellechasse Louise Foisy F Social Work Technician[36] 1,910 3.86 5th
Longueuil Nicole Fournier-Sylvester F Community Organizer[37] 2,512 5.19 3rd
Lotbinière—Chutes-de-la-Chaudière Jean Bernatchez M Researcher[38] 2,091 4.75 4th
Louis-Hébert Robert Turcotte M Conference Lecturer[39] 3,112 5.57 4th
Louis-Saint-Laurent Christopher Bojanowski M Fisher[40] 1,369 3.05 4th
Manicouagan Pierre Ducasse M Consultant[41] 3,361 10.33 3rd
Marc-Aurèle-Fortin Lyse Généreux F Retired[42] 1,867 3.57 5th
Matapédia—Matane Jean-Guy Côté M Composer[43] 1,581 4.99 4th
Mégantic—L'Érable Alexandre Côté M Security Officer[44] 1,608 3.73 4th
Montcalm François Rivest M Student[45] 1,531 3.17 5th
Mount Royal Sébastien Beaudet M Student[46] 1,859 4.91 4th
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Lachine Maria Pia Chávez F Teacher[47] 3,513 7.93 4th
Nunavik—Eeyou Pierre Corbeil M Advertising[48] 1,097 3.94 4th
Outremont Omar Aktouf M Professor[49] 5,382 14.06 3rd
Papineau André Frappier M Postal Carrier[50] 3,603 8.77 3rd
Pierrefonds—Dollard Danielle Lustgarten F Researcher[51] 2,545 5.47 4th
Pontiac Gretchen Schwarz F Teacher[52] 2,317 5.79 4th
Portneuf Jean-François Breton M Political Scientist[53] 1,540 3.58 5th
Québec Jean-Marie Fiset M 2,670 5.55 4th
Repentigny André Cardinal M Radio Host[54] 1,526 2.98 4th
Richelieu Charles Bussières Bussières is a musician.[55] He had previously run for the NDP in Verchères—Les Patriotes in the 2000 federal election. M Organizer[56] 1,017 2.09 4th
Richmond—Arthabaska Jason S. Noble M Youth Pastoral Worker[57] 1,540 3.26 5th
Rimouski—Témiscouata Guy Caron MP for Rimouski-Neigette—Témiscouata—Les Basques, 2011 to present. M Economist[58] 2,717 7.05 4th
Rivière-des-Mille-Îles Nicolas Du Cap M Student Journalist[59] 1,559 3.42 5th
Rivière-du-Loup—Montmagny Frédérick Garon M Professional/Customer Service[60] 876 1.98 5th
Rivière-du-Nord François Côté M Lawyer[61] 1,290 2.93 4th
Roberval Isabelle Tremblay Tremblay subsequently ran for the NDP in Mégantic—L'Érable in the 2006 federal election. F Student[62] 1,777 5.11 4th
Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie Benoît Beauchamp M Teacher[63] 3,876 7.67 3rd
Saint-Bruno—Saint-Hubert Marie Henretta F Teacher[64] 2,253 4.43 4th
Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot Joëlle Chevrier F Executive Secretary[65] 1,204 2.52 4th
Saint-Jean Jonathan Trépanier M Student[66] 1,687 3.44 4th
Saint-Lambert Monique Garcia F Student[67] 2,130 4.72 4th
Saint-Laurent—Cartierville Zaid Mahayni M Lawyer[68] 2,630 6.25 3rd
Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel Laura Colella F Student[69] 2,422 5.98 3rd
Saint-Maurice—Champlain Pierre J.C. Allard M Lawyer[70] 1,104 2.36 4th
Shefford Sonia Bisson F Student[71] 1,146 2.43 5th
Sherbrooke Philippe Dion M Student[72] 1,463 2.93 5th
Terrebonne—Blainville Normand Beaudet M Computer Consultant[73] 1,451 3.16 5th
Trois-Rivières Marc Tessier M Student[74] 1,635 3.52 4th
Vaudreuil—Soulanges Bert Markgraf M Engineer[75] 2,175 3.90 4th
Verchères—Les Patriotes Simon Vallée M Student[76] 1,815 3.68 4th
Westmount—Ville-Marie Eric Wilson Steedman M Consultant[77] 4,795 11.99 3rd

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Territories[edit]

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