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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
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Anjou—Rivière-des-Prairies Jean Corbeil
7,066
Normand Biron
25,621
Zamba Mandala
956
Roger Pomerleau
26,179
Gilles Raymond (NLP)
764
Frantz-Albert Mitton (PfC)
139
Jean Corbeil
Hochelaga—Maisonneuve Allan Koury
3,838
Jules Léger
10,760
Paul Vachon
955
Réal Ménard
26,052
Richard Lauzon (NLP)
576
Christine Dandenault (M-L)
259
Steve Bélanger (PfC)
184
Allan Koury
Laurier—Sainte-Marie Yyvan Routhier
2,136
Robert Desbiens
9,854
Alain Gravel
1,227
Gilles Duceppe
24,755
John Tromp (Green)
1,050
Pierre Bergeron (NLP)
643
Normand Chouinard (M-L)
210
Michel Dugré (Ind.)
130
Sophie Brassard (PfC)
124
Gilles Duceppe [1] [2]
Mercier Gérald Lacoste
2,720
Magda Tadros
11,700
Guy D'Amours
789
Francine Lalonde
34,139
Carole Jacques (Ind.)
8,992
William-John Apostol (Abol.)
207
Pierre Aylwin (PfC)
128
Carole Jacques [3]
Rosemont Pauline Vincent
2,343
Pierre Bourque
13,003
Roger Lamarr
990
Benoît Tremblay
28,409
Marc Roy (NLP)
717
Hélène Héroux (M-L)
188
Stéphane Levesque (PfC)
83
Benoît Tremblay [4] [5]

  1. ^ - BQ members were formally considered Independents throughout 34th Parliament
  2. ^ - Duceppe elected in byelection, August 1990; previously held by Liberal Jean-Claude Malépart
  3. ^ - Jacques did not seek re-election as PC
  4. ^ - Tremblay defected from PC Party in June 1990