10/20/2015 18:14 EDT | Updated 10/20/2016 01:12 EDT

A by-the-numbers look at the results from Monday's federal election

OTTAWA — A by-the-numbers look at Canada's incoming members of Parliament:

338: Total seats in the House of Commons.

30: Seats added from the last Parliament.

88: Women newly elected to the House of Commons.

197: Candidates elected to the House for the first time.

20: Seats the NDP won in Western Canada.

16: Seats the NDP won in Quebec.

37.9: Percent of ridings where the winner and runner-up were separated by less than 10 per cent of the vote.

42,165: Votes separating Conservative Kevin Sorenson from runner-up Liberal Andy Kowalski in the Alberta riding of Battle River-Crowfoot, the widest margin of victory in the country.

47,650: Votes Sorenson received, the most of any candidate in Monday's election.

39: Votes obtained by Brian Sproule, the Marxist-Leninist candidate in Burnaby North-Seymour, the fewest of any candidate in the federal election.

1,792: Candidates who ran in Monday's election.

(Sources: Elections Canada, Parliament of Canada website)

The Canadian Press