And it's essentially static - as you'd expect to be when Parliament isn't even sitting.
Abacus Data, an online pollster, gives us the numbers 40% Con, 33% NDP, 16% Lib, 6% Bloc, 5% Green, with a margin of error of 2.5%, though because they round the numbers, it's actually higher than that.
Anyways, that's essentially what you got in the May 2nd election, including provincially, though the Libs are lower in Ontario and NDP higher there, but not hilariously so.
Running this through a basic swing thingy you get 163 Cons, 101 Dips, 36 Libs, 7 Blocs, and a Green. Change is awesome!