Ontario (electoral district)

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For the defunct provincial electoral district represented in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, see Ontario (provincial electoral district).

Ontario was a federal electoral district represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1925 to 1997. It was located in the province of Ontario. This riding was created in 1924 from Ontario South riding.

It initially consisted of the townships of Pickering, Whitby (East and West), Reach, and Scugog, and the city of Oshawa in the county of Ontario. In 1947, the townships Scott and Uxbridge were added to the riding.

In 1966, it was redefined to consist of, in the County of Ontario, the Townships of Pickering, Reach, Scott, Scugog, Uxbridge, East Whitby and Whitby (excluding the area between the west limit of the City of Oshawa and the east limit of the Town of Whitby lying south of the road allowance between Concessions 2 and 3), and, in the County of York, the Townships of Georgina and North Gwillimbury, and all the islands of Georgina Island Indian Reserve No. 33.

In 1976, it was redefined to consist of the Township of Uxbridge, and the Towns of Ajax, Pickering and Whitby. In 1987, the Township of Uxbridge was excluded from the riding, along with the part of the Town of Whitby north of Taunton Road East and Taunton Road West (Durham Regional Road No. 4).

The electoral district was abolished in 1996 when it was redistributed between Pickering—Ajax—Uxbridge and Whitby—Ajax ridings.

Electoral history[edit]

Canadian federal election, 1925: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Conservative KAISER, Thomas Erlin 7,835
Unknown CLIFFORD, Lawson Omar 6,595


Canadian federal election, 1926: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Conservative KAISER, Thomas Erlin 8,567
Liberal MOORE, William Henry 7,689


Canadian federal election, 1930: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal MOORE, William Henry 10,116
Conservative KAISER, Thomas Erlin 9,646


Canadian federal election, 1935: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal MOORE, William Henry 10,228
Conservative HALL, Alex C. 7,300
Co-operative Commonwealth NOBLE, William Edmund 1,847
Reconstruction HOLTBY, Robert Myers 1,412


Canadian federal election, 1940: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal MOORE, William Henry 12,176
National Government NEWMAN, Harry Allen 7,914


Canadian federal election, 1945: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal SINCLAIR, William Edmund Newton 12,079
Progressive Conservative MACBRIEN, James Ross 8,996
Co-operative Commonwealth MCTAVISH, Robert Lorne 4,389
Labour-Progressive TURNER, Alexander James 671


By-election: Due to Mr. Sinclair's death, 6 June 1948:
Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Co-operative Commonwealth WILLIAMS, Arthur 10,187
Liberal GIFFORD, Lyman Alfred 8,311
Progressive Conservative MCCALLUM, Frank 7,541


Canadian federal election, 1949: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal THOMSON, Walter Cunningham 13,412
Progressive Conservative MCCALLUM, Frank 9,803
Co-operative Commonwealth WILLIAMS, Arthur Henry 9,344


By-election: On Mr. Thomson's resignation,
26 May 1952: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative STARR, Michael 12,275
Liberal LAY, John Legge 9,091
Co-operative Commonwealth SCOTT, Herbert Roy 8,464


Canadian federal election, 1953: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative STARR, Michael 12,482
Liberal LAY, John 11,285
Co-operative Commonwealth POWERS, J. Wesley 5,524
Labour-Progressive PEEL, Thomas Lloyd 393


Canadian federal election, 1957: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative STARR, Michael 18,468
Co-operative Commonwealth NAYLOR, W. John 13,806
Liberal VIPOND, Claude H. 10,896


Canadian federal election, 1958: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative STARR, Michael 26,887
Liberal VIPOND, Claude H. 10,848
Co-operative Commonwealth BRADY, John 8,023
Independent NEILSON, Helge 248


Canadian federal election, 1962: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative STARR, Michael 23,158
Liberal CAFIK, Norman 16,051
New Democratic Party HALL, Aileen 14,461
Social Credit ALTON, Allan A. 488


Canadian federal election, 1963: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative STARR, Michael 22,902
Liberal CAFIK, Norman A. 20,174
New Democratic Party HALL, Aileen 15,020


Canadian federal election, 1965: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative STARR, Michael 22,752
Liberal VIPOND, Claude 20,515
New Democratic Party HODGES, Oliver 16,207
Independent RUNDLE, James Edward 1,026


Canadian federal election, 1968: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal CAFIK, Norman A. 13,483
Progressive Conservative MUIRHEAD, Clark T. 10,579
New Democratic Party WING, Robert L. 7,607


Canadian federal election, 1972: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal CAFIK, Norman A. 16,328
Progressive Conservative MCGEE, Frank 16,324
New Democratic Party WARD, Alban C. 9,498


Canadian federal election, 1974: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal CAFIK, Norman A. 20,096
Progressive Conservative BOWERMAN, Joyce c 15,590
New Democratic Party LISHMAN, Bill 6,649


Canadian federal election, 1979: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative FENNELL, Scott 22,583
Liberal CAFIK, Norman A. 15,730
New Democratic Party RISON, Geoff 11,510
Libertarian POSMA, Rolf H. 160
Marxist-Leninist CARRELL, Dawn 72


Canadian federal election, 1980: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative FENNELL, Scott 19,963
Liberal DICKERSON, Doug 15,494
New Democratic Party RISON, Geoff 12,812
Rhinoceros STRANART, J.C. 313
Libertarian POSMA, Rolf H. 211
Marxist-Leninist CARRELL, Dawn 42


Canadian federal election, 1984: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative FENNELL, Scott 35,163
Liberal HERREMA, Gary 14,519
New Democratic Party RISON, Geoff 12,995


Canadian federal election, 1988: Ontario
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative SOETENS, René 34,969
Liberal ROBERTS, John 23,091
New Democratic Party WISEMAN, Jim 12,751
Libertarian CAIN, D'Arcy 485
Commonwealth HACHÉ, Val 147
Canadian federal election, 1993
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Dan McTeague 38,680 43.35
Reform Don Sullivan 28,097 31.49
Progressive Conservative René Soetens 16,872 18.91
New Democratic Party Lynn Jacklin 2,746 3.08
National Rob McMenemy 869 0.97
Independent Doug Anderson 692 0.78
Libertarian George S. Kozaroff 424 0.48
Green Scott Laycox 402 0.45
Natural Law Gerard Morris 352 0.39
Commonwealth Val Haché 55 0.06
Abolitionist Peter Woods 42 0.05

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